DOWNED WIRES ON WATER STREET, MATTAPOISETT.
VOL. XXVUNO. 45, DECEMBER 9, 1981
This is the time when you
need PEAK PERFORMANCE
. . . and that's just what the
SCOPE ANALYZER is de-
signed to give you. We can
pinpoint the obscure prob-
lems that keep you from get-
ting the most from your car.
WE HAVE CLEAR. CLEAN WHITE KEROSENE
5 DAYS A WEEK 7:30 - 5:30. Closed Saturday G Sunday.
WALTER'S ARCO STATION
ROUTE 6. FAIRHAVEN- 992-0305
SEVERAL INCHES OF "PARTLY CLOUDY WITH POSSBLE
FLURRIES" BROUGHT OUT NEW MODES OF TRANS-
PORTATION ON WATER STREET SUNDAY. THE INN
IS DECORATED FOR THIS GALA SEASON WITH FALLEN
WIRES, WHILE THE SOUNDS OF LABORING SNOW
BLOWERS (HERE, ON BARSTOW STREET) AND CHAIN
SAWS REMOVING HEAVILY LADEN BROKEN BRANCH-
ES CAROLLED THROUOi THE TOWN.
ON ALL YOUR JOBS!
REGISTERED - 437 I
623 WASHINGTON ST. , FAIRHAVEN
Set the perfect atmosphere
with lovely arrangements!
Tony and Millie Roderick
486 Pleasant St., New Bedford
CALL US FOR ALL YOUR
"Honestly, it's the
"The Friendly Insurance OHice"
628 Pleasant St., New Bedford 997-3321
PRESTO PRESS December 9^1981
ROUTE 6, EAST FAIRHAVEN. 996-9810
MIKE'S WILL BE
FOR OUR EMPLOYEES'
MIX OR MATCH!
• 1/2 Lobster
Slice of Prime Rib
10 oz- Sirloin
WHOLE LOBSTER $2. MORE
Filet Mignon $025
coT.,ro^ ^Afi^u cm TP CAT An ^
served with SOUP, SALTED,
POTATO and VEGETABLE
Includes your choice
of soup G salad, potato
Includes your choice
of soup & salad, potato
Includes your choice of soup G
salad, potato and vegetable
Tender Cubes of Sirloin Steak,
broiled with mushrooms, peppers,
onions, tomatoes served on rice
pilaf with your choice of soup
or salad and vegetable
Served open or closed with your choice
of one: tossed salad, mashed, baked
potato, spaghetti or vegetable.
Served with your choice of one: tcssed
salad, mashed, baked potato,
spaghetti or vegetable.
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - Sunday through Thursday, 11:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M.
Friday and Saturday, 11:30 A.M. to 11:30 P.M. LOUNGE open 'til 2 A.M. nightly,
Our Own Homemade
GOOD SELECTION AT LOW PRICES
Time to Order
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
BOOKS - CALENDARS - POSTERS
BOOKMARKS - BOOKPLATES
Open Thurs. & Fri. 'til 8 p.m,
Story -time Saturday 11 a.m.
34 Barstow Street
Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:00
Visa / Master Charge
Olde Oxford Farms
Fresh Fruit and Produce
ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN 997-4340
The Longest Sunday
Anyone dreaming of a White Christmas? The
heroes of a winter storm are the linemen crews
DELICIOUS ! ALL KINDS
5 P.M. to 11 P.M.
FISH 'N CHIPS
SHRIMP PLAT E
WE SERVE COCKTAILS
RTE. 105, MARION
34 MIDDLE STREET
CIRCULAR NEEDLE KITS,
LONG & SHORT STRAIGHT
CROCHET HOOK SETS
Mon. -Fri. 10 am to 6 pm
Sat. 'tQ5. Closed Wed.
who work under pressure in horrendous con-
ditions and the town plow crews who open the
roads for them. It doesn't take 10 or 11 hours
to prove to modern man how dependent we all
are on the electric current that flows so un-
noticed through the maze of wire that lines
our roads and streets. Stop that flow in sum-
mer and serious inconvenience is experi-
enced. Stop that flow in winter and each
hour becomes an ever more serious emer-
gency o We simply cannot maintain a dwell-
ing very long without heat and most of us
are completely dependent on central heat.
Nothing quite proves the inadequacy of
such auxiliary systems as an open fireplace
in space such as most homes heat without
concern o When the power stops, we be-
come living legends of the "good old days"
wishing for the one room log cabin of that
period. In a major storm, we huddle to-
gether in a void without light, without all
the toys upon which we have become so
dependent and with a diminishing heat
which reminds us constantly that water
freezes at 32 degrees Fo The hours drago
EL ECTRICAL CO.J NC
3.E. Major Appliance
Off Rte.6, Marion
O r\ O O Q
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And for DOMESTIC
HOT WATER needs ...
the best combination the Heating
Industry can provide is a
teamed with your
or simply install a Boiler Mate with
your existing boiler to replace that
inadequate tankless coil.
Remember to ask for
* Works with any boiler to heat and store
domestic water more efficiently
* High performance heat exchanger , o re-
covery up to 280 gallons per hour (depend-
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* 3/4" high density urethane insulation
assures heat loss of less than 27 hour
* Long lasting, leak free, seperate poly-
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* Full 41 gallon reserve
* Unique cold water inlet/diffuser . 3 pro-
vides efficient stratification
* Adjustable wide differential thermostat
* Manual summer/winter switch o. complete-
ly packaged with circulator and all controls
* Deep-drawn outer steel tank
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. LITERATURE MAY BE OBTAINED AT 3 LOCATIONS:
Mattapoisett Diner Sippican Coffee Shop Prada's Restaurant
Mattapoisett Marion Wareham
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 5
WzkMn thoughts for
3we2»>ter3'. This lovely czi.-t'dtgzwn
is 2w>^il2wt)le in >/vhir<=., gr-ey ot-
na^vy witin *2_ sh^xles of
cotnrT-2».stin^ frim . 70%-wool,
30% a»cryfic - rrv2s>chine wakStn '.
Wa.ter St . Mattapoisett U
Activity is limited to feeding what fire
we can muster o Food becomes a major
triumph . The first storm of this winter
produced food for thought on how to con-
serve and generate non-electric heat. It
will provide tall tales for a week to come
for many-c For one and all it proves the
dependence we have on the easy flow of
electrons, unseen, unnoticed and such a
marvel that almost nothing in our time
will work when they stop except, of course,
the homeowner watching a falling thermom-
As the electrons flow once more we tip
our collective hats to the great job that
opened the roads for the linemen and for
Fine Mahogany Furniture
at Modest Ibices.
[FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
115 Green Street,
The Family Stylist
Tinsel and Time are getting close.
Have you made your appointment yet?
NEW FALL HOURS: Tues. , Wed. G Sat. 9-5; Thurs. & Fri. 9-9
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-4615
the emergency help and shelter provided
by the firemen who know so well what a
swift helping hand means to people in an
BUS SERVICE EXPLORED
Selectmen are considering joining the South-
eastern Regional Transit Authority in order
to continue to provide the limited bus ser-
vice at some possible lower cost than the
$5000 in subsidy which the town paid in
1980 for the 3 round trips per dayo The
subsidy has steadily risen to the point where
Selectmen were considering discontinuing
the subsidy to save the town money o A
meeting called a week previous to deter-
mine if anyone used the service regularly
was attended by less than 10 people but
a petition was presented to Selectmen
signed by 54 persons requesting continu-
ation of the service .
Executive Secretary Carol Adams has
made inquiries and explained to Select-
men that it may be less expensive to join
SRTA than to continue the subsidy o Se-
lectmen will seek a specific figure before
Get your Chimneys ready for Winter
OF ALL KINDS
Chimneys - Steps - Fireplaces
31 DAY STREET. FAIRHAVEN. MASS.
6 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
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608 pleosonl sl.Cvoullbldg*)
new bedfordtfnoss* 02740
U.S. Silver Coin
$5.00 per $1.00 face value
$5.50 per $1.00 face value
FLYING EAGLE CENTS:
BUFFALO NICKEL: (full date)
DIME: (before 1892)
QUARTER: (before 1892)
HALF DOLLAR: (before 1892)
SILVER DOLLAR: (before 1936)
$1 .00 Gold:
(subject to fluctuations
in gold market)
(Gold coins prior to 1834)
(At least Double Mce)
Please note that these are MINIMUM prices for average,
undamaged coins ,
We are active buyers of all collectible United States and
foreign coins and stamps, bulk silver coins, pocket watches,
gold and silver scrap, Ex. $60. per pound for Sterling Silver.
If you have any questions regarding coins, stamps, pocket
watches, or precious metals, please feel free to call collect
DUN t BRADSTRfET INC.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW BEDFORD
during normal business hours,
Mon. through Sat. 9 to 4
DOUBLE EAGLE CORP.
608 Pleasant St. (Vault BIdg), N.B.
n^^r-prnhpr 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS
Reasonably priced from 50<t:
Solid Carob Santa
Solid Carob Fruit and Nut Bell $4.83
All Natural Candy Sampler 5.99
Cratt and Gitt Corner
Pillows from $6.00 Potpourri $1.25
Wine Coolers $9.95
. toWatarStraet, Wattapoiiett, Wa 02739 - 758-35 1 8
making a decision on joining the SRTA,
GAMES LIMIT SET
Selectmen denied a request by Cumber-
land Farms which sought to install a video
Children's and Maternity
Infant up to 14 Girls, 16 Boys
G Student Size Pants
Route 6, Mattapoisett
Right across from Sunoco Sta-
tion (former Hilltop Seafood)
WED. , THURS. , FRI. 9 to 1
SATURDAY 9 to 2
Closed Monday G Tuesday
Hand Painted Barrettes, headbands,
earrings, scatter pins, shoelaces, etc., etc.
'4.i:> Hay - Loft
Boys and Girls
infants thru size 20
Thursday & Friday 'til 8 P.M.
34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758 -4247
9:30 - 5:00 Visa . Master Card
gameo The vote was unanimous as not be-
ing in the best interest of the towno
Selectmen then voted to limit video games
to two in any establishment new having
theme Any new establishment granted per-
mission to install the games will be limit-
ed to one for a 6 month trial period and
then may apply for the second which may
or may not be approved depending on per-
Mattapoisett Police Dept.
WEEKLY REPORT ENDING DECEMBER 5
Reported Breaks: ToVo/ etc^, Pinehurst
Avenue; nothing. Harbor Road o
Vandalism to Property: Railroad Avenue;
damage to auto. Harbor Road; damage to auto,
Larceny: radio from auto, Marion Road;
damage to cemetery. Wolf Island Roado
Motor Vehicle Citations: 21
Ambulance Runs: 2
Auto Accidents: 2
Fires and related runs: 7
8 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
State Licensed Pre-School
Hours 9 -12, 12 -5:30
Doors open at 8:30
AND DAY CARE
B.S. Ed., Ed.M., Dir.
320 Front St. , Marion
13 Water Street, Mattapoisett
Overlooking Mattapoisett Harbor
New Year's Eve
We will be serving our regular
menu from 5 to 9 PcMo The Party
starts at 9 PcMo, ends at 3 AoMo
Danny Smith and Trilogy
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 9
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11:30 acm.- 11:30 Poin,
27 County Road, Mattapoisett, Mass.
e & Small
AN EXTRAORDINARY PIZZA
AT AN ORDINARY PRICE!
WE USE ONLY THE FRESHEST INGREDIENTS
IN OUR HOME MADE FOOD
EVERY VARIETY OF
PIZZA AND GRINDER
TRY OUR DELICIOUS SPAGHETTI
AND GREEK SALAD TOO !
PTC Santa's Workshop
Due to the inclement weather last Sunday,
Santa's Workshop has been rescheduled to
Saturday, December 12, from 1:00 to 4:00 Pom,
This change has resulted in many of the
elves being unable to commit themselves to
the new date. Therefore, we are request-
PEIRCE & HAWORTH
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL
COUNTY ROAD AT MAIN S T . , M A T T A PO ISET T
WINTER WEEK IN LONDON
AIR G LAND COMBINED $499 -$769
PER PERSON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
BOSTON DEPARTURES -BRITISH
748-2760. Plymouth Savings Bank Building
340 FRONT STREET, MARION.
Open Mon. -Fri. & Saturday morning
AIR . RAIL . STEAMSHIP
OUR SERVICE IS FREE, OUR KNOWLEDGE IS PRICELESS
All Your Travel Requirements
Virginia C. Cain . Pat Petit . Jean Briggs . Ina Roehr
ing anyone who Is willing to volunteer their
time next Saturday to please call either
Sharon Doyon, chairman for Old Hammond-
town School, at 758-22 08; or Ellen Driscoll,
chairman for Center School, at 758-9291.,
The crafts are not complicated, so please
volunteer. We are merely providing an at-
mosphere of creativity and joy for the chil-
dren of Mattapoisett during the Christmas
SIppican Chorus Concert
HOLIDAY GIFT SUGGESTION
Looking for something different to give
friends? Give them tickets to the Sippi-
can Choral Society's Christmas Concert to
be held December 18th at 8:00 Pomo in
Wickenden Chapel of Tabor Academy in
Under the direction of Peter West, the
chorus will perform Mozart's Solemn Ves-
pers as well as other selections including
such works as O Magnum Mysterium, For
Unto Us A Child is Bom and the popular
Pat-a-Pano A small group from the chorus
will present a group of traditional carols o
Tickets are available at the Bookstall
and Marion Pharmacy in Marion and the
Whale's Tale and Seaport and Mattapoisett
Pharmacies in Mattapoisett as well as
from chorus members o
Charles R. Davis Co.
Painting & Papering
10 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
Brighten your home for the Holiday Season
the inexpensive Wall-Tex Wallcovering way.
SAVE UP TO 30%
of the suggested retail price per roll on any Wall-Tex pattern in the
Matchmakers, Open House, Basics, Bed & Bath,
Growing Up with Wall-Tex Collections o
Choose from exciting contemporary designs, traditionals ,
colonials, metallics, textures, plaids, and floralSo
1 PEQUOD RO AT ALDEN RD FAIRHAVEN
Across from Fairliaven Lumber
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 11
!&^«^HAT A PLACE TO TAKE
TUESDAY- WEDNESDAY- THURSD AY
Shaved Steak Sandwich 1
WITH ONIONS G CHIPS "
Fish & Chips
WITH COLE SLAW & TARTAR SAUCE
WITH CHIPS, TARTAR SAUCE, COLE SLAW
WITH CHffS, TARTAR SAUCE, COLE SLAW
Knockwurst & Beans
BOWL OF Beef Stew
Route 6, Mattapoisett
TAKE OUT ORDERS
(Except Open Monday,
WIDE SCREEN TV
ORDERS TO GO
Fish & Chips
$ 2 95
FRENCH FRIES, TARTAR SAUCE
SPAGHETTI and SAUCE .oooooo o99
CHICKEN SANDWICH and Chips .99
FISH SANDWICH and Chips o »99
HAM SANDWICH and Chips ooo .99
HAMBURGER and Chips „ . o o o » c o 99
SPAGHETTI & MEATBALLS „ o , , „ 1 » 95
F*ISI~i Sc FR.I£S ooooooooooooooo lodS
PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Salad or Soup
14 OZ. CHOICE
ALL ABOVE SERVED WITH CHOICE OF SALAD OR SOUP, POTATO OR PASTA
PLATTER for 2
LASAGNA , MEATBALLS
SAUSAGE . PASTA
MANICOTTI . EGGPLANT
SALAD , GARLIC BREAD
December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS 13
Glaser by Name, Glazier by Trade!
THAT'S BEEN OUR TRADEMARK. SINCE 1921
AUTO GLASS SPECIALISTS
We have the most complete stock within 50 miles for all cars and trucks.
WINDSHIELDS INSTALLED WHILE-U-WAITI
IN NEW BEDFORD & FALL RIVER
INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLED!
Complete Glass Replacement Service!
CUSTOM MIRROR INSTALLATIONS
GLASS TABLE TOPS CUSTOM MADE FOR YOUl
ALL SHAPES, THICKNESSES, SIZES, BEVELS
PICTURE WINDOWS • INSULATED GLASS • SPEEDY SERVICEl
RESIDENTIAL»CO/V\/V\ERCIAL« INDUSTRIAL 'MARINE
We continue to supply your needs with ttie latest products and servicat by representing
leading glass nrianufaOurers as their distributor for this area
lOF, PPG & FORD
Complete with the latest fabrication equipment and a desire to please.
Aivin Glaser, Manager
UPHOLSTERY . . LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE SHOP IN
SOUTHEASTERN MASS. All types of repairs, replacements
and new work on autos, truc:ks, boats, RVs. Using aU the
AUTOMOTIVE BURGLAR ALARMS . SEAT COVERS & TOPS
SUNRCXDFS (Installed) SLIDING WINDOWS (In back of Pickips
Morris Glaser Glass Co.
nas puacHASt stiifr
I0««« l»5«lf<itMo IS. Downtown Nm»e«Jlorai
AND NOW IN FAU tlVEK,
233 ntESIDENT AVENUE
(Acrott from Mllltr Ponltac)
Members of the Mattapoisett Seniors' Club
in need of transportation to the club's an-
nual Christmas party on Saturday, Decem-
ber 13, may call the Council on Aging of-
fice to arrange for a ride to The Skipper,
Fairhaven, in the minibus.
Departure time and the site of departure
will be announced when the calls to the
COA office are made. .
Sunday, Dec. 20
SWANSEA SHOPPING MALL
A LASALETTE SHRINE, CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
$8.00 per Person.
Sonny Dias, Manager
MORE pep. . .
on LESS gas!!
DO IT RIGHT - SCIENTIFICALLY!
We have the ALLEN ENGINE ANALYZER.
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE, INC.
24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT TEL. 758-2153
SIPPICAN CHORAL SOCIETY, GUEST PERFORMERS SUNDAY
Christmas Concert and Wassail
"Good King Wenceslaus" , "O, Magnum
Misterium", and a selection from Mozart's
"Solemn Vespers" are among the numbers
to be sung by the Sippican Choral Society
Sunday afternoon in its guest appearance
with the Regional Symphonic Band, The con-
cert begins at 3 Pom, in the auditorium at
Old Rochester Regional Higho
The chorus, directed by Peter A„ West,
also will sing an old Christmas number,
"The Holly and the Ivy", and will join the
band in the "Hallelujah Chorus" from Hand-
Tickets will be available at the door.
The Tri-County Music Association will
George D. Heath, Jr.
PLUMBING & HEATING
Licensed Registration # 6517
27 North Street, Mattapoisett
14 PRESTO PRESS December 9' 1981
LARGEST VARIETY OF NAME BRAND
FORMERLY FAIRHAVEN SUPER DRUG
ROUTE 6, EAST FAIRHAVEN
THURS., FRL, SAT. DEC. 10, 11. and 12
BEER & WINE
ALL YOUR FAVORITE BRANDS
at Popular Prices
VISIT OUR NEW
JUST IN TIME
LARGE SELECTION OF
IN THE AREA
Cards and Gifts
Russell Stover and Whitman Chocolates
ALL YOUR NON-PRESCRIPTION
■ OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 TO 9
December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS 15
WITH FRENCH FRIES g,
& COLE SLAW *
THURSDAY - FRIDAY
SATURDAY - SUNDAY
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 75&-3S47. Don and Nancy
host a Wassail Party for the performers
and audience in the cafeteria following
the concert c
t Council on Aging wishes
to thank the Mattapoisett Police Department
and Fire Department and the Auxiliary for
their efforts and help to Seniors and shut-ins
during the storm on Sunday „
A HOME AWAY PROM HOME POR YOUR PET
IDEAL FACILITIES FOR YDUR DOG WmLE YOU TRAVEL
OR VACATION . . . INDIVIDUAL KENNELS AND YARDS.
CLEAN AND CCMFOR TABLE.
Snipatuit Boarding Kennels
3 1/2 MILES OFF RT 6. MATTAPOISETT on NORTH ST
PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 763-5337
tlie toy liox
Unusual Toys for Girls and Boys
OPEN THURSDAY &
34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758-3323
Visa . Master Charge
Sippican Woman's Club
The Christmas meeting of the Sippican Wo-
man's Club will be held at the clubhouse on
December 11th at 12:30o MrSo Sylvia Bigelow
will present a Christmas program,, Mrs.,
Ronald Murphy is hostess for the day, as-
sisted by MrSo Newell Eames, Mrs o Ros-
well E>unham, MrSo John Jepson, Mrs o Ever-
ett TenBrook, Mrs. James Gowing, Mrs. Alex
Beichek, MrSo John Hopkins, Mrs. Robert
Anderson and Mrs., William Noering.
At the monthly Board meeting Mrs <, George
Lake announced that her Veterans' Ser-
vice Committee had received donations
totaling $550o00o Of this sum $100o was
given to the Wareham Key Club for their
entertainment for the men at Kendrick
House in Warehamo It was also voted to
give MrSo Kathryn Nowak, Chairman of the
Community Improvement Committee, $100o
to be used for two luncheon parties at
McDonald' s during the year for the dis-
abled veterans o The $350 o 00 balance will
be sent to the Brockton Veterans' Hospital
for the indigent veterans.
It was also voted to permit Mrs = Nowak's
committee to use the clubhouse for a
Banish embarrassing hair from chin, upper lip or
eyebrows permanently - Look and feel more beautiful.
Call for Free Consultation. Day and Evening Appointments.
Mary D. Russes R.E. 7S8'4564'
16 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
1981 PLYMOUTH HORIZON
& DODGE OMNI, 1981/1982
PLYMOUTH TC3, DODGE 024,
1982 DODGE RAM MISER PICKUP,
1982 PLYMOUTH CHAMP 6 SAPPORO
AND DODGE COLT and CHALLENGER
1981 CHRYSLER LEBARON,
1981/82 DODGE DIPLOMATS,
1982 PLYMOUTH GRAN FURY
1981 PLYMOUTH RELIANT K
G DODGE ARIES K, 1982 PLY-
MOUTH RELIANT K t DODGE
ARIES K (Custom & SE Modeli) ,
1982 CHRYSLER LEBARON and
DODGE 400 COUPE
1981 PLYMOUTH CHAMP G SAPPORO
G DODGE COLT G CHALLENGER, 1981/
82 PLYMOUTH ARROW G DODGE COLT
PICKUPS, 82 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER,
81/82 DODGE PICKUPS (except Ram Miser
G Rampage), 1981/82 DODGE RAM VANS
1981/82 CHRYSLER CORDOBA,
1981/82 DODGE MIRADA
1981/82 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER
G I30DGE RAM WAGONS, 1981/
82 DODGE RAMCHARGER G
1981 PLYMOUTH TRAILDUSTER
NEW AND USED CARS IN BOTH LOCATIONS
HILLER CO. , INC.
( llinsii K
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT
SALES & SERVICE
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 17
Lobster Roll Platter
LONG SUB ROLL CHOCK FULL OF LOBSTER C Q 50
MEAT- & COLE SLAW, FRENCH FRIES, PICKLE V'O*
French Meat Pie
VEGETABLE & ROLLS, MASHED POTATOES
Fish & Chips $2.^^
THE BEST IN TOWN!
■:r> . I
[on. & Wed. Grill
closes at 2; open for
coffee 'til 3.
Tues. 7 to 11 a.m.
Thurs . 7 to 7
Friday 7 to 8
Saturday 7 to 3
Sunday 7:30 to 1
ORDERS TO GO, TOO.
21 CHURCH ST.
Christmas party for the women veterans
as she has done the past two years » This
party will be held December 12th at 2 Pom,
and members who wish to contribute re-
freshments for this event are urged to do so,
Also, under the work of the Community
Improvement Committee, favors for the
trays at Tobey Hospital on Washington's
birthday will be made and donated o
SEPTIC SYSTEMS INSTALLED
GRAVEL . CRUSHED STONE
FILL AND LOAM. WOOD CHIPS
and General Repairs
Call for Estimate 758-6955
SUGAR & CREAMERS
SPECIAL ORDERS, Etc.
NOW is the
at Kitchen 2.
LESLEY ANNE NADEAU, POTT
144 Arnold St. , New Bedford. Hot,
Call mornings and evenins
Plumb Library Movie;
The pre- school Story Hour^
Rochester Woman' s Club,
at 1:00 o'clocko
Mattapoisett Woman's Club
A Williamsburg Christmas will be the pro-
gram for the December 10th meeting of the
Mattapoisett Woman's Club. Festivities
will begin at 10:30 a .mo with punch and a
display of members' hobbies. See you there!
Rochester Christmas Concerts
The First Congregational Church of Roch-
ester presents two Christmas Concerts
featuring 'the New Life Singers' o
December 12th at 7:30 Pomo, a concert
plus multi-media presentation,
December 13th at 10:30 aom,/ a concert
during the morning worship hour.
Many have enjoyed 'the New Life Sing-
ers' before. The message of their music
is truly inspirationalo Make attending one
or both of these concerts a part of your
celebration of the Christmas sea son »
The First Congregational Church of Roch-
ester is located on Route 105 in Rochester
18 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
CALL FOR EXPERT SERVICE
Richard F. Nunes
PLUMBING & HEATING
REMODELING, REPAIRS, SERVICES
219 Mill Rd, , Fairhaven QOy QQO'>
FRESH DECORATED WREATHS ^fM^
CHECK OUR LOW PRICES!
• Christmas Centerpieces
Including Unusual Manger Centerpieces,
• Gifts CHRISTMAS
Rte. 6 and Main Street, Mattapoisett
Hours- Tuesday through Saturday 10 to 5 and Sundays 1 to 5
le uid Kocheyiyi' K^yionai mgn "School
Art Department is sponsoring a crafts
sale on December 10th from 8:30 Qomo to
1:00 Pom o It will be held in the main lob-
by of the school o On sale will lie slate
paintings / ceramics, Christmas ornaments,
straw wreaths, etCo
The proceeds will help defray the expen-
ses of an Art Department trip to New York
City. Refreshments will also be servedo
On the 2nd week
We'll gather at thj
To sing a few more carols.
There'll be hot dri^-iks for one and all.
Hot drinks will be just one of the treats
at the old-fashioned Community Carol Sing
on Monday, December 21st (PLEASE NOTE
CHANGE OF DATE), The caroling will start
at 7:00 p,m, in Shipyard Park and continue
as we stroll through the village □ We will
end up at the Congregational Church Hall
where all carolers are invited to warm up
with old friends, something hot to sip and
a Christmas cookie or two. What a nice
way to say Merry Christmas to vour Matta-
Just for the love of it.
always on ftie go...
con go everywhere
10:00 to 5:00
1:00 to 5:00
2169 Acushnet Ave., Lund's Corner, New Bedford. 998-2133
December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS 19
• ••• •
• • ••
See these new
ROUTE 6 and SPRING STREET, xMARION
Arnold Briggs 748 -0094
• ••• •
8 ft 30-534
^12 ft. 30-537
3m/ 10 ft. 30-536 $4,39
Vz" wide power return tape rule with automatic
^ottom lock Squeeze to move blade Release
lever to lock
SOmil helps you do things right
poisett neighbors o In case of rain, all
caroling will be at the Church halU
This Community Carol Sing is sponsored
by the Mattapoisett Woman' s Clubo
St. Luke's Hospital
Bell ringers and carolers will brighten
the holiday for patients at St„ Luke's Hos-
BUZZARDS BAY OCEANFRGNT
Marion - Mattapoisett Area
Beautifully wooded 6.6 a.cres with 267
feet of shore frontage and panoramic .
water views. Situated in desirable area
close to Marion Harbor o Ideal for year-
round or seasonal home. Soils tested
and fully surveyed. $130,000.
Call owner 617-235-2995 or write
20 Walnut Street, Wellesley Hills,
pital on Monday evening, December 21 o
The Pilgrim Handbell Ringers from the Pil-
grim United Church of Christ in New Bed-
ford will iw^gin the program at 7 Pomo ,
followed by the Dartmouth High School
Chorus and ending with the Harpoon Har-
monizers, a group whose members come
from the Greater New Bedford area o
The program will be televised over the
hospital's closed-circuit television sta-
tion to all patients and visitors o
mcert by the Fair-
haven Unitarian Memorial Church will be held
on Sunday, December 20t»h, at 7 Pom, Un-
der the direction of Herbert H, Bowker,
organist and choir director, a delightful
program of anthems , carols, instrumental
music and readings will be given in the
sanctuary. John Robinson, Jr,, trumpeter,
will play from the Baroque music of Henry
Purcell, 17th century composer; John Stan-
ley and Flor Beeters , contemporary com-
posero Henry B,, McGowan, tenor, and
Gail O'Brien will sing in dueto The Rev-
R. M. SHERMAN
— ^QJ^ntractor & Builder
MATTAPOISETT LOTS AVAILABLE
PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
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IT'S NOT TOO EARLY TO THINK SERIOUSLY ABOUT
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it was more than enough), long-range forecasters are predict-
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1982c Be prepared for what's
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EXCELLENT SELECTION NOW!
VILLAGE SERVICE station
FRIENDLY AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE
• RT 6, MATTAPOIS
PAUL C. Bl£KINGl
poser Francis ir'ouienc wm oe teaturea Dy
the choir with other compositions from the
choral works of I^ndall Thompson, Weaver,
Rogers and Semola o
The concert is open to the public with no
admission charge » A free-will offering will be
received o Following the program all are
invited to a reception with refreshments in
the Parish House »
ORR Honor Society
On November 19th six seniors and six
juniors were inducted into the Old Rochester
Regional Chapter of the National Honor So-
ciety, The seniors selected were Michelle
Cafarella, Lisa Cutler, James McCombe,
Ben Sawyer, Carol Sequeira and Michael
Xaviero Juniors admitted were Lisa Burnett,
Susan Field, Arlene Haskell, Allison Rip-
ple, Jennifer Shepley and Paula Teixeira,
Membership is based upon scholarship,
leadership, character and service,. To be
qualified academically, seniors must have
a 3o5 grade point average and juniors must
have a 3o75, A list of academically quali-
fied students is submitted to the Honor So-
ciety Council which is composed of faculty
members and administrators,. Students are
nominated from this list based upon their
qualifications in the other three areas.
The 1981 Induction was run by the senior
officers: Janice MacDonald, President;
We are now featuring a •
beautiful new line of
invitations and announcements
NORTH AMERICAN BUSINESS FORMS, INC.
11 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE , MATTAPOISETT
of the Past
2853 Acushnet Ave. (Back of Pa Raffa's)
Junction Ashley Blvd. -Aciashnet Ave.
We specialize in ELECTRff YING DOLLHOUSES^
Specializing in DOLL HOUSES
DOLL HOUSE ACCESSORIES
General Gifts for All
Open daily 10 to 4:30, and Friday evenings 'til 8 P.M.
Sundays 12:30-4:30 for the convenience of working people.
OPEN DAILY UNTIL CHRISTMAS
December 9,1981 PRESTO PRESS 7A
TO WISH YOU, OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS, A
MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY ^EW YEAR
• Hairstyle $9.^
• Stylecuts $6.^0
• Regular Cuts (Traditional) $3.00 Reg, $4,
GIFT CERTIFICATES for the holidays
BODY or CURLY
2 FREE Hair Styles!
A $22.00 VALUE ! Register now for
Prize to be awarded in January.
We specialize in haircutting for the entire family.
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Call 758-6423 for your next appointment. Ask for Jim Rogers
or Joe Tavares for the BEST IN PRECISION HAIRCUTTING.
42 Main St., Comer Rt.6, Mattapoisett. 758-6423
Melissa Hambly^ first Vice President;
Deborah Cattley, second Vice President;
and Lynne Camacho, Secretary /Treasurero
A welcome address was given by Ms. Mac-
Donald followed by the induction of new
members and the awarding of certificates.
Guest speaker was Superintendent of Schools,
Joan Walsh. Closing remarks were made by
Barbara Meehan, advisor to the Honor So-
A reception was held for the new induct-
ees and their families in the high school
St. Joseph's School, Fairhaven is spon-
soring its 3rd annual 'Twas the Night Be-
AND COFFEE SHOP
42 Main Street
Monday, 10 to 6
day, Friday, Satur-
day & Sunday, 8 to 5
INDIVIDUAL Meat Pies
REAL CREAM- MINIATURE
ECLAIRS and CREAM PUFFS
Building . . . Remodeling
KITCHENS AND BATHROOMS
Fisher & Rocha Inc.
fore Christmas' bazaar December 12-13.
Crafts, reindeer raffles , elves, kitchen,
sugar plum shoppe are various attractions.
There will be various entertainments through-
out both days and a $1000. raffle. Fair
hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Lunches and din-
ner will be served on Saturday and break-
fast on Sunday.
The bazaar will be held at St. Joseph's
Hall, Adams Street in Fairhaven.
I the many peo-
ple who helped us to make our recent Fair-
haven High School Restoration Auto Raffle
a tremendous success.
To those of you who bought raffle tickets,
to those of you who gave time to stand in
the cold selling tickets, to those of you
who stuffed envelopes, to chauffeuring Bob
Swift who took care of the car, to Larry
Chongarlides who singlehandedly dazzled
the people at Dartmouth Shaw's with his
selling techniques, to the businesses who
donated their expertise and services to help
promote our efforts, to our "Blue Devil"
Tony Daluz, to the captains of our sales
team and to our local newspapers who were
42 MAIN STREET, MATTAPOISETT
Next to Korner Bakery
and Village Styling Shop
Handmade Items / ^
for the Entire Family^
HANDMADE CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS . CHRISTMAS TREE
ORNAMENTS . HATS G MITTENS . BERMUDA BAG COVERS
NEW PREPPY SCARVES
Thursday & Friday 10 to 2, Saturday 10 to 4
22 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
13 Water Street, Matta poisett
Christmas Shopping can be Fun
Brunch at the Inn
Browse at the Golden Pineapple
f Thp Golden \
f Pineapple i
i Crafts /
\ and f
y Antiques /
Gift Certificates are versatile and enjoyable gifts
most generous with their advertisement -
a heartfelt THANK YOU!
Finally, congratulations to Fred and Bet-
ty Schoenheinz of 43 Pleasant Street in
Fairhaven, Massachusetts for holding the
winning ticket o Sincerely /
Senator William Q. Maclean
Steven Jo Bouley
DRIVER EDUCATION AT ORRHS
The winter enrollment for Driver Education
at Old Rochester Regional High School is
now taking place o Any student who is 16
years of age or older and lives in the dis-
trict is eligible to attend. Preference will
be given to ORRHS students first and then to
anyone else who applies o
Please call the high school for further in-
WE HAVE MOVED BUT CAN STILL GIVE YOU
THE SAME GOOD SERVICE DAY & NIGHT
RUSSELL I. PEIRCE & SON
MASTER ELECTRICIAN journeyman
7 FEIRCE'S POINT, FAIRHAVEN
f'' The Golden Pineapple
craft and antique
PINEAPPLE DESIGN . . .
Wine Glasses, Carafe Sets with
Glasses, Glass Canister Sets,
SET OF 6 HITCHCOCK CHAIRS
with rush seats
to be decorated in your design.
13 Water Street
al the 'Maltapoieiell inn
11:30 to 4 Wed. throiogh Sun.
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS
Hints for a Hostess ...
Enjoy your Holidays more than ever!
Our expert service can give you
the extra time you need for the
activities that add so much to
Or if you prefer, take advantage
of our LARGE LOAD
and our MONEY SAVING
Cash & Carry Store open 8 to 6 weekdays, 8 to 4 Sat.
For your convenience. Launderette is
OPEN 7:30 to 9:00 7 DAYS A WEEK
HflTHflWflY S LAUNDRY INC
RTE. 6, FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0898
formation. Registration period ends Thurs-
day, December 10th, and class will begin
Thursday night from 6:30 - 8:30 in room B124
at the high school c There is a charge for
the class c
The Greater New Bedford Choral Society
and the choirs of Douglas AME Church and
fiivui ic'ttcr'uKj of certificate^
focms.wctiiiuij vows, etcetera.
Ciocii 'Ve pairs ^
anc( restorations, alTtifpes,
house calf 5, free estimates.
Tfic Ten t-Tfic ^cndiiliiff
4 Cannon Hveet 'liattapoisctt, 'l^lass. o:7?«3
Handcrafted Ornaments imported '^^^
from around the world.
Special Holiday Paper Napkins
SUNDAYS 1 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Monday through Saturday 10 to 5
tile % sitting duck
s . jewelry . unusual items
155 front street, marion. 748-0960
visa . master charge
the First Baptist Church of New Bedford
will participate in a Christmas carol pro-
gram at the Westport Point Methodist Church
on Main Road, Westport Point, on Sunday,
December 13th, at 4:00 Pom, A number of
traditional Christmas carols and gospel
music will be sungo
MATTAPOISETT MONDAY NIGHT
BOWLING LEAGUE - Results of matches
at Bowlmor Alleys on November 30th:
Vultures 2, Falcons 1; Ospreys 2, Hawks
1; Eagles 2 , Owls 1 ,
High Single Game - Ed Dexter, Sro, 174
High Triple - Al Sylvia, 411
High Team Single - Vultures, 639 (Peter
Perkins, L. Randall, Sr., Al Plant, Bud El-
lis , Ed Dexter) o
High Team Triple - Eagles, 1752 (Ellie
Cunningham, Al Sylvia, Roland Poitras,
Dave Rodrigues, Mudgie Tavares) »
PTC Family Night
On Sunday, January 24th, from 4:30 to
6:30 there will be a private roller skating
party for elementary school children, their
24 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
IS YOUR CAR WARM ENOUGH?
cooling system can
When dirt, rust and
sludge deposits clog the
finy possoges in your heater
core, you re in for o long
behind the wheel
Thot s because these
blockages prevent your
cooling system from circu-
lating hot coolont from
The engine rhrough your
heater to worm the inside of your cor
Duf you reolly dont hove to freeze this winter Because
now fheres o method of cleoning our your cors entire
cooling system including the heoter core With VYNN S
XJEND Power Flush ond
WYNN S X-TEND Cooling
System products A new
opprooch to cleoning and
maintaining your outo-
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system while helping to
maximize cooling system
WYNN S X-TEND Power-
Flush unit uses pressurized
wafer and air ro flush even
those hord-to-reoch oreos
of your cooling system
So act now before
O dirty cooling system con
couse your heater — and
your blood — to run cold
RADIATORS & HEATER CORES
• CLEANED • REPAIRED
• RECORED • NEW
FAST SERVICE MOST CORES IN STOCK
446 WASHINGTON STREET, FAIRHAVEN
EXPERT FRONT END
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
HOURS 7 to 5 Monday - Friday
Saturdays 8 to 5
December 9# 1981 PRESTO PRESS 25
with more SunHower Seeds than ever.
IMPROVED SUNFLOWER Variety-
Extra calorie black oil Sunflower
seed- 40% more fat, 30% more
calories. It's easier for birds of
all sizes to handle; more edible
heart; less waste.
ONE WEEK ONLY
25 LBS. SA^O
REG. PRICE $5o09
632 MAIN ST.. ACUSHNET*995-4272
( CORNER PERRY HILL t MAIN STREETS 1
SALES SERVICE & REPAIR
GILSON Rotor Tillers C Mowers . HAHN Mowers . BRUTE Mowers
ROPER Tractore & Mowers . ECHO & HOMELITE Saws
MON. -FRI. 8 AM to 7 PM; SAT. 8 to 5; SUN. 9 to 12
families and school personnel at Hot Wheels
located at 424 Nash Road in New Bedford c
There will be an admission charge and
skate rental charge o Because we have a
deadline, please send to school with your
child admission money, your name and
teacher's name by Friday, December 18th.
Tickets will be issued and your questions
can be answered by Marsha Kelley, 758-
Elwood S. McKenney
Attorney at Law
New Bedford Office
972 Kempton Street
8 Whittier Place
New Bedford. Mass 09740
Charles River Park
Boston. Mass 021 14
PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
(Tlivietmiia is coming
MACRAME CORD - COMPLETE UNE OF COLORS
(We sell our cord by the yard- as well as by the hank. Buy just
what you need - no wasted leftovers. ) We have LOTS OF IDEAS
for GIFTS -^s weilas the materials to make them.
DIP G DRAPE - DRIED & SILK
FLOWERS - FEEL -OF -FLEECE
and many more crafts.
There's material for many
types of WREATHS - herbs-
spices -straw -ribbon-cone ..
to name a few.
Come ilrSnd browse, have a cup of coffee, or herb tea, or
nice fresh Apple Cider. We'd like to meet you, and show off
our Shop. Edie and Clair.
P.S. Wa have GIFT CERTIFICATBS in any amount you choose,
FAIRVIEW FARMS Hcrh C-r fraffs
632 Main Street Acushnet Tel. 995-0422
Open 6 days, Tues. - Sun. 9 to 4:30, and 5 nights,
Mon, -Fri. 7 to 9.
A A R P
The Greater Fairhaven Chapter #3222 will
hold its Christmas Party meeting December
18th at McGann Terrace, Fairhaven at 12
There will be a social hour from 12 to 1
Pomo followed by chicken dinner. Reser-
vations MUST be made and paid for by De-
cember 10th with Phyllis Cappolino, 994-
7791 , or Adele Jenkins, 758-6636 c
Mr. James will present his Puppet Show
for our enjoyment o Come and share in the
holiday spirit o
SAINTS & SINGERS CHORUS
The Saints & Singers Chorus present "Spe-
cially for Shepherds", a very special Christ-
mas Musical for alio Dressed in Biblical
costumes the 30-voice chorus will sing the
Shepherd Story <> It will be held at St o Jo-
seph' s Church, Spring and Adams Street,
CONCRETE & CINDER BLOCK WORK
BRICK & CEMENT . STONE
Fireplaces .. Chimneys '—v-^ / 1
Walks .. Steps .. Store. Fronts
130 North St. . Mattapoisett
OVER 30 YEARS
Where the World Meets
at the most Unique Restaurant in the Area
Prime New York Sirloin Steak
^ Broiled Scrod
^'^ jfi fiSf (Topped witli Lemon Butter and Bread Ciuinbs)
^ Veal Scallopini
FRESH PASTA ^ Marsala
- PASTA -
Pasta cooked m a rich blend of
buUer, cream and freshly ground
Pasta prepared in cream sauce with
egg Parmigiano cheese and small
pieces of bacon
Pasta Con Broccoli
Pasta prepared in cream sauce,
fresh mushrooms, broccoli and
Small doughnut shaped pasta
stuffed with Prosciutto Ham and
prepared in rich cream sauce wifh
fresh mushrooms, peas and grated
Pasta Con Vongole
Pasta prepared in light sauce with
chunks of clams and seasoned with
a touch of garlic, butter, olive oil
Pasta Tutto Mare
Pasta prepared in light sauce with
chunks of shrimp, crab meat, clams
and mushrooms, sedsoned with
garlic, butter, olive oil and pprsley
By Poptilar Request,
WILL ENTERTAIN YOU FROM 7:00 TO 11:00 P.M.
Every Saturday Night
Baked Lasagna aimtxnio)
Prepared our special way
Home made tubular pasta stuffed
with Ricotta cheese baked in meat
sauce, topped with Mozzarella
cheese and freshly grated
Pasta stuffed with Ricotto cheese,
baked in meat sauce, topped with
Potato dumplings with our famous
sauce, topped with Parmigiano
Small Ricotta dumplings, served with
our famous sauce, topped with
Pasta prepared in our famous meat
sauce, topped with Parmigiano
Pasta Con Braciola
Pasta prepared in our famous sauce
topped with thinly rolled beef steak,
seasoned with garlic and parsley
Pasta Con Polpette
Pasta in red sauce wth meat balls
topped with Parmigiano cheese
Pasta Con Mussels
Pasta with mussels in red sauce
seasoned with garlic and parsley
Pasta Al Pescatore
Pasta served fisherman style, with
scallops shrimps, clams, mussels and
red sauce seasoned with garhc and
^ All our Pasta IS Home Made and cooked to order (AL DENTE) >fC
All above Dinners include Italian Bread and Butter and Pasta House Salad
CORNER ALDEN ROAD & BRIDGE STREET, FAIRHAVEN 993-9913
HAPPY HOUR 4 to 6:30 WITH NBBLERS CLOSED MONDAYS
DINING 4 P.M. until 10 P.M. SUNDAYS NOON until 10 P.M.
— SPEQAL —
al the Bijou Theatre
with Dinner Receipt
the same evening.
December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS 27
COMPLETE LINE OF LIQUORS AND WINES
Les Amis du Vin
12 WATER STREET
39 750 ml. $0 99
Mon,-Thurs, 9 am 'til 10 Dm
Friday & Saturday 'til 11
No charge for Delivery
PINEAU De LaLOURE
ES TATE BOTTLED (Limited Qu antities)
PLUS A COMPLETE LINE OF
A\so- ERNEST AND JULIO GALLO
GEWU RZ TRAMINER
And- BGG CHATEAUNEUF -DU-PAPE 1978
Fairhaven December 11th at 8:00 Pcm„ All
are welcome c There will be no admission
charge, but a free-will donation will be
Winners in the regular weekly bridge tour-
naments held last week at the Dartmouth
Bridge Club are announced c
Thursday afternoon, November 26 - tour-
nament cancelled. Thanksgiving Dayo
Monday evening, November 30, in the
North-South direction Doris Vargas and
Edith Zink were first; Zelda Howard and Dor-
7 Cottage Street, Marion, Mass,
NOW AVAILABLE FOR
Large or Small Dinner Parties
Buffets Cocktail Parties
We will design a menu that is unusual,
delicious and affordable, specially tailored
to the type of occasion and the tastes of
your guests c
In conjunction with Spirits
let us help you enhance your meals with a selection of
wine to complement each course.
For cocktail parties, BAR SUPPLIES and BAR -TENDING
SERVICES are also available.
Also, for those unexpected guests, we have QUICHES,
CASSEROLES and CHOWDER available with a minimum
amount of notice .
Call Patty at 748-2053
BEGINNING NOVEMBER 22, HARRIET'S RESTAURANT
WILL BE OPEN FOR LUNCHES ONLY.
is Liberty, second; Edna McLaughlin and
Irving Shapiro, third; Claire Cormier and
Janice Morris, fourtho
In the East-West direction Ruth Musser
and Virginia Banks were first; Ruth Sweet-
ser and Mark Gallaher, second; Mary Ter-
peny and Etta Robichaud, third; Diane
Landis and Janice Barber, fourtho
Wednesday morning, December 2, in the
Master's section the North-South winners
were Lillian Johnson and Jack O'Leary,
first; Barbara Ahlborn and Nessie Roy,
second; Mary Pothier and Laurette Senecal,
third; Joanne Greaves and Virginia Banks,
In the East-West direction Jack Sullivan
and James Masterson were first; Jeanie
Rogers and Pamela Mendoza, second; DTo
and MrSo Lawrence So Kennison, third;
Irene Helden and Janice Morris, fourtho
In the Non-Master's section the North-
South winners were Lura Teeter and Doris
Vargas; in the East- West direction Mr,
and MrSo Hervey Ao Caron were firsto
From Earth and 960
48 Main Street, Fairhaven
Mon. -Fri. 9:30 to 5:00
28 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
' DAHLIA '
ONE JOHNNY Cf>KE HILL
NEW BEDFORD. MASS.
'The two greatest stimulants
in the world are youth and
debt." Benjamin Disraeli
Yes, now I can offer you auto-
mobile and homeowners in-
And you can get the same ex-
cellent service from Metropol-
itan Property and Liability
Insurance Company that you
have enjoyed on your life in-
surance from Metropolitan Life;
Makes life a little simpler,
doesn't it - one sales repre-
sentative to handle both your
life insurance and your auto-
Call me and get the details.
Metropolitan reaHy stands by you
Property ond Liabilits' Ins C o
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MANY OTHER FAMOUS BRANDS
ow with the NEW "Omnitrak" scale base - c (
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scale pattern in kick zone to maximize kick
skis are full sheet fiberglass sandwich constn
lengths of 180, 190-215 cm in 5 cm increa
Trak Rallye Ski Set
For all levels of skiers - a good all-aroi
Ski Touring f
Lightweight but strong, tightly woven popUi^
35% cotton makes this garment breathal|l
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t turtleneck collar zips open for ventilati i
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or COME IN
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December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS 31
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Personalized Scarfs washable Wooien!
TURTLENECKS - 2 Color LOUNGING SETS
Gift Ideas for Everybody!
338 & 342 ACUSHNET AVENUE
In the Historic District of New Bedford
999-2166 — 992-4588
Mattapoisett-Rochester Girl Scouts
ROCHESTER BROWNIE TROOP 177
Rochester Brownie Troop 177 is busy collect-
ing good used toys for the Volunteers of
America to be distributed to the Neediest
Families o Anyone having toys please call
763-4747., All toys must be received by
Giles H. Dunn Real Estate
55 County Road, Mattapoisett
SERVICE o . o o . ,
muLniK£ usmuQ S£if<na.
Debbie's Mair Design
42 MAIN ST. , MATTAPOISETT
Complete Styling Salon
for Men, Women and Chilcfcen
On December 21 Troop 177 will hold its
Investiture and Rededication ceremony.
All parents are invited »
CADETTE TROOP 49
Mattapoisett Cadette Troop 49 is hostess-
ing a Christmas Party for all Mattapoisett
and Rochester Girl Scouts on Sunday, De-
cember 13, at the Mattapoisett Congre-
gational Church o
APPONOGANSETT BAY TRUST
The Children's Museum of Dartmouth lost
its Museum building at Russells' Mills in
a fire and is now occupying temporary quar-
ters on Old Westport Road in North Dartmouth,
These quarters are clearly inadequate for the
long run, so the Museum has been actively
looking for a permanent facility and has
been planning a drive to raise the necessary
The most desirable property which the Mu-
seum has seen is the Gulf Hill property.
This contains all of the features sought by
the Museum, though the property and build-
32 PRESTO PRESS December ^ ' 1981
DENISE RENAGHAN - ALL BREEDS - 758 -2837
The Unique Holiday Gift
Now in stock . . . many prints Xa choose
from. Prints for these wallhangings are
imported from all over the world, and
are silk -screened
with European cold
water dyes for truly
Fabrications to bring Christmas Joy are now available at
NEW BEDFORD SHADE CO.
1364 ACUSHNET AVE., NEW BEDFORD
(Across from St Anthony s Church) 992-0437
fitness and endurance o Designed for the
non- swimmer and the swimmer o
Life saving - course will consist of Red
Cross life saving o You must be 15 years of
age or older to register.
ORR Junior High
The late Helen Keller was once asked
whether she considered the sense of sight
or hearing more important □
Her answer surprised mosto (After all,
what could be more precious then one's
vision?) Without hesitation, the valiant
Miss Keller indicated that reasonable ad-
justments can be made to accommodate blind-
ness, but the loss of one's hearing posed
many more serious problems. With deaf-
ness one truly becomes isolated and the
ability to "communicate" effectively be-
comes impaired o
At the Junior High School the students
on Team 7 East are currently reading The
Miracle Worker, the story which dramatical-
ly relates how Helen Keller (who at infancy
was left blind and deaf after contacting
scarlet fever) was taught the miracle of
December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS
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Your wedding, family or individual
portrait, meetings or parties cap-
tured on film and preserved for-
Sittings by appointment"
992-5635 • 758-9233
222 Union St New Bedford MA 02"40
DONALD H, CHASE
7 Ridzewood Road
j ShAMrreem Phon* Residence j ,
I JOHN J. HARNtY JR. |
I RUG CONSULTANT |
308 Purchase St., New Bedford
Junk, Wrecked, Burned
CARS & TRUCKS
HIGH PRICES PAID
PROMPT PICK UP SERVICE
USED O^R 6c TRUCK PARTS
Vaughan Hill Road, Rochester
24 HOUR TOWING & STORAGE
CALL BEN or BEN
SHOWN WITH "LEARNING" AT THEIR FINGERTIPS ARE:
(left to right) MRS. LYNNE SYLVL\, MARTI MEDEIROS,
AND BRIAN BEDNAREK.
communication through the persistent ef-
forts of her teacher, Annie Sullivan »
In conjunction with this literature unit,
MrSo Lynne Sylvia of Mattapoisett recent-
ly volunteered to talk to the Team about
sign language o Mrs. Sylvia is currently
being tutored herself in conversational
sign language and soon will attend North-
eastern University to receive her certifi-
cation as an interpreter for the deaf <, She
explained the three different types of sign
language: exact English, in which every
word has a sign; theA.SoL. method, which
is like mime; and PoSoE,, in which every
word does not have a signo The students,
most of whom were already quite familiar
36 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
-ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS
^ Painting (interior & exterior)
(yK-l_w ALL work fully guaranteed.
FRANK J. KUBIK.
NO JOBS TOO SMALL.
763-8916 - 995-1813
FISH MARKET & GALLEY
20 COUNTY ROAD, RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-2333
CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Fish Market open 5 Days a Week 9:30 A.M. to 8 P,M.
rG ALLEY —
(FRESH, NOT FROZ EN)
Shrimp $ 1 .25
OVEN READY 25 ♦
with the alphabet used to teach the blind-
deaf, enthusiastically responded to Mrs.
Sylvia's presentation^ The high point for
the students came when Mrs, Sylvia
"signed" to the music from The Rose and
the theme song from The Greatest American
This was another example of a member
of our school community willing to share
expertise with our young people as they
seek to leam and grow in an educational
N.B. Whaling Museum
"Portugal and the East through Embroidery" ,
a major exhibition of antique textiles from
the National Museum of Antique Art in Lis-
bon, will be on view at the New Bedford
Whaling Museum from February 13 to March
28 a His Excellency Vasco Futscher Pereira,
the Ambassador of Portugal, is honorary
patron of the exhibition. Organized by the
International Exhibitions Foundation in
Washington, 0,0, , the exhibition presents
20 rare embroidered coverlets, of "colchas",
that have never before been shown in North
America The term "colchas" is applied to
V HOME MADE CANDIES
>V. RTE.6, FAIRHAVEN.MA.
^o^^ ^Tel. 996 - 2465
"A little bit of ttie Candy Man's Magic
goes into every piece"
We Ship Anywhere
RTE. 6, FAIRHAVEN
OPEN 7 DAYS
10 a.m. -8 p.m.
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 37
textiles which combine Oriental and European
motifs and these date from the 16th to the
18th centuries o
The Museum is honored to have been chosen
as one of two American Museums to present
this major exhibition o Extremely rare today,
these colorful coverlets have only been ex-
hibited twice before, once in Rome, once in
London o The forthcoming American tour will
bring them to Washington, D.C, and New
Mrs. Mary Amaral and Dr. Michele Me-
EDWIN L.PERKINS COJnc
PLUMBING & HEATING
758-3568 758-27 86
• SERVING THE GREATER MATTAPOISETT
AREA SINCE 193 5
• 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
• LICENSED MEN
21 North Street, Mattapoisett
55 County Road, Mattapoisett, Mass. 02739 758-4947
Mon.-Fri. 9-5 Saturday 1 - 1
Jackie Goodenough Peggs Francis Kim Jensen
rolla , co-chairpersons of the American Red
Cross Blood Pro
Chapter, are ur
New Bedford ar
season to donat
rpplies at criti-
cally low levels and demands for blood ex-
tremely higho So, in this season of giving,
"give the gift of life". Call the Red Cross
at 996-8286 for^^.nformation on where and
when you may donate.
From Tabor Academy
PUBLIC SKATING AT JOHNSON ARENA
The skating rink at Tabor Academy is open
to the public every Saturday night from 7 to
9 and Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4o The
ice rink is carefully supervised during pub-
lic skating hours by the Marion Police De-
partment and student skate guards o
Parents are urged to accompany their chil-
dren and are requested to skate with chil-
dren under the age of lOo With the co-
operation of all you can look forward to an
enjoyable season of skating. All special
vacation hours and changes will be post-
ed in the Presto o There is a charge for the
use of the iceo
PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
CHIMNEYS FIREPLACES AND
WOODSrOVES A SPECIALTY
C & S Chimney Cleaners
15 CAMARDO DRIVE, WAREHAM. 02571
Electric sharpener, quick,
tding wheels, gauge, 2
ick wrench 88
G.E. HEADSET - Give music
lovers private, portable stereo.
Lightweight tuner clips on belt;
2-oz. headphones stay put.
Easy to read slanted dial.
LIST $76.95 [ZCZ 88
SPECIAL (DO .
Varnished wood bed; padded headrest
- 15" X 36"
33 County Rd., Rt. 6, Mattapoisett. 758-6633 OPEN THURS.'TIL 8P.M
Visa & Master Charge. Mon. - Sat. S - 5:30 UNTIL CHRISTMAS
FIGURE SKATING CLASSES AT TABOR
Skating classes will be held on Friday af-
ternoons from 12 to 1:00 PoiBo for any adults
who have good, well-fitting skates and
want to learn the basics of figure skating
or improve your skating skills.
The fee for this program or further in-
formation can be attained by calling Wendy
Bidstrup at 748-1 035 o
The classes for children are full for this
sea son o
GYMNASTICS WORKSHOPS AT TABOR
Tabor Academy will offer a series of gym-
nastics workshops for elementary and junior
high school students beginning Monday,
December 7th, and running each Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday for 10 weeks o The
workshops will be held jLn Hoyt Hall from
4:45 to 6:00 p,ma and groups will be limit-
ed to 20 in the novice , beginner and in-
The workshops will be directed by Mrs,
Georgette Morrell, Tabor's gymnastic
coach, and Mrs o Nancy Rolli, physical
from Quoizel . . .
Our Christmas gift to you
Purchase any 16' 2 ' Quoizcl antique
brass finished lamp with its own hand-
blown hand decorated globe and
receive the holiday Poinsettia globe
FREE You II enjoy this "special
addition to your Chnstmas decor for
years to come
C ^ JL LIGHTING CENTER
119 ALDEN RD., FAIRHAVEN. 993-1707
Monday through Saturday 9 to 5
^^^^Ki^ ^^^2CCi^ (^yXl^ ;^<5£%?
education teacher and dance specialist at
New Bedford High School o
For more information and registration
in these limited workshops please contact
Mrso Morrell at 748-0590, ext. 26 or 50„
NOTED GEOLOGIST TO SPEAK AT TABOR
Robert Gardner Benson, Tabor Academy
Class of 1976 and graduate of the Univer-
sity of Washington, will be giving a lec-
AL'S BARBER SHOP
"For a Good Haircut" Al Morgado
19 CHURCH ST, ,MATTAPOISETT CENTER
CALL 7fe3 -5 680
experiences over the past summer. The lec-
ture promises to be interesting to geolo-
gists as well as the general publico Ad-
mission is FREE and refreshments will be
served following the program.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT A TABOR TRADITION
The 3rd annual Christmas Concert of Les-
sons and Carols Service will be presented
on Sunday, December 13th, at 7:30 Pom. in
the Wickenden Chapel on the academy camp-
us of Tabor Academy.
The candle-lit service is modeled after
the one presented each year at King's Col-
lege, Cambridge, England. It is an al-
ternation of lessons of scripture read and
carols sung with members of the Tabor
community taking part in many of the read-
The director of the Choral Activities and
ALL HBO SUBSCRIBERS:
DUE TO HBO GOING 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A W'EEK
BEGINNING JAN. 1, HBO HAS INCREASED ITS
COST FROM $7.00 TO $7.50 PER MONTH.
FINE FLCXDR COVERINGS*
530 WASHINGTON ST. , RT. 6
EAST FAIRHAVEN, MASS,
Data ProceBsin^ ServiceB
- Hardware & Software Selection
- Syetem Deai^n &' Implementation
- Contract Programming
RalpK E. Sanford Jr.
SERVING AS MUSIC DIRECTOR
Talented percussionist and Berklee College
of Music alumnus Scott Go Pare, son of Mrs,
Lillian Pare of New Bedford Road, Rochester
Festival is Mr, John Ayer, graduate of Hartt
College of Music, Southern Methodist
University o He was also an assistant or-
ganist at Canterbury Cathedral in England
and a member of the Tabor faculty since
The service is open to the public at no
CANNON STREET AWAKENS TO SUNDAY MORNING'S
AFTERMATH. PHOTO, DCJ
DONALD 0. LAKE
69 Marion Road, Mattapoisett
REPAIRING . REMODELING
Roofing - Shingling- Painting
TRU TEST COLOR CONSULTANT
Why does the paint, that I chose so carefully
to match my carpet sample, look dark and heavy
now that it's painted on the wall?
Yours is a case of "over matching." Often the
best answer is not an exact match. Rather try
to choose a color that, when painted on the wall,
seems to match the carpet. To find this color, hold
your carpet sample directly under the light in the
Tru-lbst Custom Color Selector. Then view your
paint sample in the wall position (at right angles
to the carpet). You will see that it takes a color
several shades lighter than the carpet to match
it in this position.
Any color will appear lighter or darker accord-
ing to how much or how little Hght it reflects.
Your floor reflects more light than any other plane
in the room. Walls reflect much less light (the
ceiling least of all). So to make your wall color
seem to match your floor choose a light color.
y^ Ut l^aPlie) f^OUTE 6 and SPRING STREET, MARION.
.Xrnold Briggs 74h-0094
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 41
requires no firebrick
external shaker grate
clean & total
80 to 90% efficient
twice the B.T.U.
output per lb. as
optional blower system
Max. Heat Output
FIRE VIEW MODEL
WOOD AND COAL
at Olde Oxford Farms
ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN
is serving as Music Director for the Curt
Gowdy Broadcasting radio stations WCGY
and WC CM in Lawrence, Massachusetts c
The gifted Pare, who was an active parti-
cipant in Berklee's many outstanding musi-
cal organizations while attending the Col-
lege, utilizes the full spectrum of his musi-
cal knowledge and expertise to provide a
comprehensive and proficient approach to
his duties as director and programmer at the
popular rock music stations o
LARRY'S SALES EQUIPMENT
L^IVrVI <J FOR HOMEOWNER,
^ INC ^"^^^"^^^^^'^^^^^^
27 Phillips Ave. , New Bedford 999-4591
Rent a tool Sat. between
7:30 a.m. & noon; return
following Mon. AM before
9 and you will be charged
1 day rental.
2 DAYS FOR PRICE OF 1
For Christmas Gifts -
(for business, trucks & cars)
(Up to 3 Lines)
(For Bedrooms, etc. )
ORDER EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS
KEN PACH EGO'S
Pare majored in Music Education at Berk-
lee, the international center for education
in professional music renowned for its ac-
claimed jazz faculty and practical career
TOYS FOR TOTS CHRISTMAS DANCE
Jolly Stompers Square Dance Club will hold
its annual "Toys For Tots Christmas Dance"
on Saturday, December 12th, at 8 Pomo at
the Rochester Grange Hall, Hartley Road,
Rochester. Admission to the dance is a
toy. Please mark toy boy or girl and ageo
Sippican Rod and Gun
The Sippican Rod & Gun Club will hold its
monthly Turkey Shoot on Sunday, December
20th, on the clubhouse grounds on Dexter Lane
Lane, Rochester o Members, guests and visi-
tors are welcome to participate o
Our scheduled events for the day are as
For the "like new" finish
you want! Dependable.
RTE. 6, MARION
. at POINT ROAD
Norman D. Rose, Prop
42 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
PARDON OUR PRIDE ...
We're dropping names!
f X ^ —
— — ~
RTE. 6 G CHURCH ST., MATTAPOISETT
\ 758-3311. FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY
David P. Poulin, R. Ph. Lorie Donaldson, R. Ph
John S. Polchlopek, R. Ph.
Morning - the traphouse will be open from
10:00 aom.. until 12:00 noon„
Afternoon - Turkey Shoot from 12:00 noon
until 4:00 Pom,
A, Shotgun Shoot participants will com-
pete from 40 yards with a 12, 16 or 20
gauge shotgun; competitors will fire 1 shot
per target per event »
B, ,22 Caliber Rifle and Pistol shoot
competitors will fire 5 shots per event for
lo Prizes will be awarded to the highest
scorer on each category.
The kitchen will be open and refreshments
wHl be available all day. All events are
open to the public.
The New Bedford Chapter of Professional
the nite ...
that our whole family is going to
get together and watch a great
Right here at home by the fire!
Amy is making hot chocolate c Bay
Cable makes it fun to stay home.
HBO/Cinemax offers something for
every member of our family o <, = it
gives us adventure movies, kid
movies, classic movies, the kind
of movies you go out of your way
to see .CO Tonite's the nite,
hot chocolate, a warm fire and
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 43
When you demand perfection
Lady Seiko is your watch.
Seiko Quartz accuracy is world-famous, and rightly so.
Seiko looks at timekeeping with a jeweler's eye, creating a
collection of slim, elegant watches prized as pretty bracelets. Select
from gold-tone and stainless steel styles in a variety of dial
treatments. Your every expectation will be met in Seiko Quartz. $9l
Smith & Neil Jewelers
208 MAIN STREET, WAREHAM VILLAGE. 295-0073
You got the Ix^sl ol Seiko only where you see this sign.
Secretaries International will hold its
Christmas meeting at Benjamin's Restaur-
ant in Taunton on Tuesday, December 15th,
at 7:30 Pom.
There will be a gift exchange and draw-
ing for a basket of cheer «
Any member who would like a ride with
others to the restaurant should contact any
For All Occasions
& Greenhouses, Inc.
508 HAWTHORN ST., NORTH D,\RTMOUTH. 999-5122
1315 MAIN STREET, RTE. 105
Hours: 11:30 AM -8 Rvt Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
11:30 AM -9:30 FM Wed. , Thurs. , Fri. & Sat.
Specializing in CHICKEN, SEAFOOD,
STEAKS and RACK OF BARBEQUE RIBS
Daily Luncheon & Dinner
ALL MEALS INCLUDE SOUP OR CHOWDER
BEER AND WINE AVAILABLE
Still choice dates available for Christmas Parties
member of the Boardo
Thornton W. Burgess Society
UNIQUE HOLIDAY GIFTS
"It is a wonderful thing to sweeten the world
which is in a jam and needs preserving o"
Thornton Burgess once wrote these words
to Miss Ida Putnam, the original founder of
the Green Briar Jam Kitchen, and the Burgess
Society likes to feel that the Jam Kitchen is
today continuing "to sweeten the world" o
During the week of December 12 through
December 19, the Green Briar Jam Kitchen
is offering a special sale on all jams -
buy four jars and receive a bonus jaro Our
sun- cooked products are also continuing on
a specialo Our unique jams are the perfect
choice for that last minute gift - your child's
teacher, the mailman, co-workers, a special
neighbor, or a holiday hostess o
Located on Discover Hill Road, off Route
6A in East Sandwich, the Green Briar Jam
Kitchen is open daily from 10 a^mo to 4 Pom,
and on Sunday from 1 to 4 Pom, The Jam
& Interior Painting
We 're on hand to help you out
of that sticky situation . . .
and we do the job right!
No job too small; All work pro-
fessionally done and guaranteed.
Call 997-3434 MaUapoisett, MaJ
44 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
UPPER DECK U"
SOLID BRASS & COPPER
Carrying a large selection of
unique and unusual giftware
for Weddings , Birthdays ,
28 William Street, New Bedford
Located in the Heart
of The Historic District
Open Year Round Monday tliru Saturday 9 to 5
A BEAUTFUL GFT SUGGESTION
Attractive, Fvinctional and Decorative Large
Solid Brass Fireplace Screen, Measuring 24"
high X 37" wide. Folding Fan type.
Kitchen will be closing for the season on
December 19 o
Stu Parsons, staff naturalist with the Thorn-
ton W„ Burgess Society, will lead a nature
walk on Saturday, December 19, at the Sand-
wich Conservation Area at Wakeby Lakeo
All interested persons are asked to meet at
9:30 aomo at the bathhouse parking area at
Wakeby o In need of further directions,
please call Green Briar at 888-6870o The
walk is free and all are welcome o
"Wizard of Oz"
A record cast of 71 performers will take
part in the Southeastern Massachusetts Uni-
versity Theatre Company' s production of
"The Wizard of Oz" set for December 10-13
in the SMU Auditorium » Curtain goes up at
In addition to the principals who play
of 46 Quaker Lane, Rochester, would
like to announce her affiliation with
Roger Pelletier Real Estate; Century 21,
696 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford, as
a salesperson. She graduated from St.
Anne's High School, Arlington, MA, as
Senior Class President and honor student and attended Bristol
Community' College in Fall River. A recent graduate of Lee
Institute in Brookline, she received her degree in Real Estate
and went on to pass the State Real Estate Exam to become a
licensed salesperson. She has been employed with Pelletier
Real Estate; Century 21 since July.
,for under $1(
'The holiday scasoiT Is"
^creeping in through the
back door, and now is the
time to think Christmas,
j Especially if you prefer to
shop in leisure, withont the
hassle of pushy crowds... if you
like to take lime to select
thoughtful and different gifts for
^DAHLIA is ready to help yon put
some very lovely and unique
Christmas gifts under the tree,
without putting yourself out of
money. Stocking stuffers are a specialty
and there is a large selection of gifts,
jewelry, and fancy foods under $20.00 and
>even UNDER $10.00! Do not forget the
selection of distinctive cards, gift wrap and
We wrap, ship anywhere and will be open daily
[yes, Sundays too!] with expanded shopping
hours for your convenience.
ONE JOHNNY CAKE HILL (cor. of Union
In New Bedford':
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 45
Qatden of (Beauty^ ^"^^
'^'^ 378 MARION ROAD, ROUTE 6, WAREHAM. 295-5811
Near the Weweantic River. Carol Mallinson, Owner
FULL SERVICE SALON FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
WALK IN OR APPOINTMENT . . 6 AM to 8:30 PM; SAT. 6 to 2:30. Evening hours by Appointment only
■ Permanents ■ Blow Cuts
■ Hair Coloring
■ Pedicures ■ Make-Up
NEXT DOOR TO GLORIA STEVENS
VANGEL & SON INC,
Heating & Air Conditioning
• SALES • SERVICE - 24 HOUR • INSTALLATION
• HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING • REFRIGERATION
• TIME CLOCK THERMOSTATS • VENT DAMPERS
. HU MIDIFICATION ■ ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANIN G
FULLY LICENSED ... and MASS SAVE APPROVED.
CALL MATT 993-4534 or 758-2101 NIGHT OR DAY
Dorothy, Aunt Em, the Scarecrow, the Coward-
ly Lion, the Tin Woodsman, and the Wizard,
there is a chorus of 28 SMU students as well
as 31 Munchkins drawn from the Theatre
Company's Saturday Children's Theatre Work-
In this version of "Oz" music and lyrics
are by Harold Arlen and. Eo Y„ Harburgo
"The Theatre Company invites everyone
to follow the yellow brick road to Emerald
City," says director Angus Bailey.
Principals in the cast are Christine Romeo,
Joe Ellis, Ned Tsouprake, Alice Long,
Sherry Tsychsen, Mellanie Snipes, Robert
Powers, Al Bazzinotti, Tim Hickey, Andrea
Da Cruz, Dan Murphy, Liz Stott, Cindy
Clydesdale, and Stephen Wesley o
Musical director and conductor is Mi-
chelle Platto Makeup is by Fil Costelo
and lighting by Ed Gordon o
For ticket information call the SMU Thea-
tre Company office at 999-81 67,
The December meeting of the Greater
New Bedford Diabetic Society will be held
on December 27 at the Caroline Street Re-
creation Hall, comer of Caroline and Parker
Streets, New Bedford, at 7 Pomo
After the business meeting, William Bren-
nan (Voice of the Waterfront) will be speak-
er and entertainer o Mro Brennan will talk
on diabetes and also entertain with Christ-
mas songs o He will accompany himself on
the banjo o The entertainment will include
a community singo
Wood Stove Pollutants
LITERATURE ON WOOD BURNING
Proper use of home wood stoves in order to
reduce harmful air pollutants is of concern
Pallatroni & Gingras, Inc.
Rte. 6, Marlon Rd., Mattapoisett. 758-2587
PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
AEROBIC DANCING IS OFFERED
AT THESE CONVENIENT TIMES:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
10 A.M. and 6 P.M,
Tuesday and Thursday
378 Marion Road,
OPEN 8:30 to 8:30 CAROL MALUNSON, Owner - Manager
to the American Lung Association of South-
tion of stoves and wood; 2) proper use of
the stove — which will determine the amount
of air pollution generated, and 3) the par-
ticulate and sulphur pollutants resulting
from the switch to more coal and wood use.
Quantities of the above materials are
limited and will be offered on a first-come,
first-served basis „ For further information
please contact the American Lung Associ-
ation of Southeastern Massachusetts, Po Oo
Box 43, Middleboro, MA, 02346 o
Distribution of air pollution and health
information is one of the many Christmas
Seal services available to the publico
Navy Nursing Positions
The Navy is now accepting applications
from Bachelor of Science (BSN) and Diploma
Nurses for positions that will become avail-
able after January 1 , 1982,
According to Lieutenant Christine Abelein
(LT), Nurse Programs Manager for the New
England area, there will be positions avail-
a)3le at many Naval Regional Medical Cen-
ters within the United States o
Antique & Custom
Furniture Repair & Restoration
74 Hawthorne Street
New Bedford MA 02740
"Because only a limited number of vacan-
cies exist in 1982", Lto Abelein said.
Hm Years Eue
invites you to spend
NEW, YEAR'S EVE ...
AS YOU LIKE IT
^ Serving dinner from 4:30-9:30.
• • Festivities begin at your beckoning!
■ The Stable will be serving complimentary coffee G danish
' r — --1 1 Reservations recommended I
for the road.
NEW YEAR'S DAY
The Stable is serving dinner from 12 to 7
with a Bloody Mary Special for $loOO,
Dessert Coffees $lo95
Alice's Country Kitchen open 8 to 1 c
ROCHESTER GENERAL STORE
Rtec 105, Rochester 763-5535
December 9, 1981 Pr'eSTO PRESS 4',
WE CAN STILL GUARANTEE /
NO WAX KITCHEN FLOOR - TILE - POWER STRETCHED CARPET
TO BE INSTALLED
IN TIME FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY!
CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF SAMPLES
IN OUR LARGE SHOWROOM
RTE. 6, FAIRHAVEN Across from Friendly 's . 993-4494 . Open Tuesday through Saturday 9 to 5
"these positions are offered on a first come,
first serve basis c "
Benefits in the Navy Nurse Corps include:
30 days paid vacation a year, opportunity
for advanced training, immediate super-
visory responsibility and a salary competi-
tive to civilian nursing c
Interested Nurses should contact Lto Abe-
lein at the Navy Recruiting District, Bos-
ton, 470 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA,
or call 223-6216 (collect) c
NURSES, WAITRESSES, etc,
SPECIAL ORDERS FILLED
189 Main St, Warcham • 295-1747
THE 4 in 1 STORE
Dec. 15 at Dennis -Yarmouth, 3:15 p.m.
Dec. 18 Barnstable, 3:15 p.m.
Dec. 21 at Fairhaven, 3:15 p.m.
Dec. 23 Connolly, 3:15 p.m.
Dec. 28 Wareham, 2 p.m.
Dec. 30 Dennis -Yarmouth, 2 p.m.
Jan, 2 Falmouth, 2 p.m.
Jan. 5 at Holy Family, 3:15 p.m.
Jan. 7 Coyle-Cassidy, ; 3:15 p.m.
Jan. 11 Westport, 6 p.m.
Jan. 15 at GNB V-T, 10 a.m. (varsity only)
Jan. 19 Case, 6 p.m.
Jan. 22 Fairhaven, 6 p.m.
Jan. 26 at Connolly, 3:15 p.m.
Jan. 29 Holy Family (Tabor vs JV's, 3:15 p.m.
Feb. 2 at Coyle-Cassidy, 3:15 p.m.
Feb. 5 at Westport, 3:15 p.m.
Feb. 8 GNB V-T (Tabor vs JV's), 7 p.m.
Feb. 11 at Case, 6 p.m.
Feb. 13 Barnstable, 1 p.m.
Tops - Skirts - Pants - Dresses
Suits - Gowns - Jumpsuits
189 Main St. Wareham • 295-1747
B.A. M.C. Open 10 to 5 and Friday night 'til 8:30
PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
AIR, STEREO, POWER SEAT, POWER
WINDOW, POWER DOOR LOCKS, REAR
DE-ICER, TILT COLUMN. CRUISE
CONTROL, ALUMINUM C /I /I Q C
WHEELS, LOW MILES ^ ^ J I)
SPECIALIZING IN PREVIOUSLY OWNED CHRYSLERS & CHRYSLER PRODUCTS^
Automatic, 2, 2 engine
'76 DODGE CHARGER
8 A.M.- 9 P,M ,
Sat. open 'til 5
VAUCHAN HILL MOTORS INC
VAUGHAN HILLRD. <ScRT..105, ROCHESTER 763-4324
ALL CARS ARE GUARANTEED -WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
Basic-Language programming workshops
in microcomputers will be offered at South-
eastern Massachusetts University beginning
January 12 o The workshops, designed to
meet the needs of persons withour prior
computer experience, provide 18 hours of
hands-on training accompanied by instruc-
tional lectures o Participants will learn
to write and execute programs on the TRS-
The six three-hour sessions, held at the
SMU campus on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings and Saturday mornings, for two
weeks, will introduce learners to program-
ming operations including developing and
storing programs, branching and looping.
KNIT AND CROCHET GIFT ITEMS
INSTRUCTION- FIMSHING - CUSTOM WORK
OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY 10 to 5
25 10 REAR Cranberry Hwy.Wareham. 295-1986
GIFTS AND GARMENTS
JUST IN TIME FOR ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS GFT NEEDS.
COME AND SEE THE HOLIDAY STYLES AND FASHIONS
WITH THAT IMPORTED INDIAN LOOK.
Open Every Day 10 to 5. Saturday -Sunday 9 to 6.
91 FAIRHAVEN RD.
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS
Check with us
We have a nice selection
of styles and colors in
Open 10 to 5, Monday
12 to 5, Sunday, Dec. 13
FRONT and UNION STREETS
New Bedford 992-2342
,Visa . Master Card
Clubs . LayAvvays
graphics, subroutines, editing, variables,
and string manipulation c The cost for the
series includes instructional materials o
"The success of the workshops can be
measured by approximately 100 evaluations
submitted by persons who have success-
fully completed training", said Coordinator
Clyde Mitchell c "In response to demand,
this is the fifth time that we have offered
the series . "
For a free, informative brochure, call
Residential and Commercial
3 Mattapoisett Meek Road
Reg„ #9448 758-4415
- - ca
I Sat. & Sun.. , ^\
Dec. 12 & 13
12 to 3
No longer out of the way - still a lot less to pay !
PARK AT KERWTN OR ELM STREET GARAGE AND
WE'LL VALIDATE YOUR PARKING STUB
743 Purchase Street
(Corner of Union Street) New Bedford
. W)iM Eileen Moniz 994-77S1
the Center for Research and Business Ac-
tivity at 994-9401 .
ORR Hockey Schedule
Dec. 15 Bristol -Plymouth (non -league), 6 p.m.
Dec. 21 Fairhaven (non-league), 8 p.m.
Dec. 26 at New Bedford (non-league), 6 p.m.
Dec. 28 Dartmouth, 8 p.m.
Jan. 7 Case, 6 p.m.
Jan. 9, GNB-VT, 8 p.m.
Jan. 11 Bristol -Plymouth (non-league), 6 p.m.
Jan. 16 at Fairhaven, 8 p.m.
Jan. 18 at Wareham (non-league at Gallo Arena,
Boiarne), 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 21 at GNB-VT, 8 p.m.
Jan. 25 at Dartmouth, 6 p.m.
Jan. 28 at Case (Driscoll Arena, Fall River), 6 p.m.
Feb. 4 at Bristol -Plymouth (non-league at Taunton
Arena), 6 p.m.
Feb. 6 Dighton-Rehoboth (non- league), 6 p.m.
Feb. 9 Fairhaven, 8 p.m.
Feb. 13 Wareham (non-league), 8 p.m.
NOTE: All games will be played at Hetland Arena
unless otherwise specified.
FREE CONSUMER RIGHTS STOCKING
"This Holiday Season give your family and
friends the best free gift they can use all
year longo It is a summary of their consum-
er rights in a pocket-sized form" , says Dr^
Eileen Schell, Secretary of Consumer Af-
fairs. The twelve "Cite Your Rights" Pocket
Cards make the perfect stocking stuff er for
the Holidays. During this busy shopping
JOHN F. DENHAM, JR.&SON
Cesspool & Septic Tank
LOAM - SAND - GRAVEL
FENCES ERECTED AND REPAIRED
50 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
season, the cards are particularly useful
because they have information on such
topics as refund policies, warranty rights,
mail orders, unsolicited goods and con-
tracts. Each card cites the applicable law
and gives a brief explanation of the parti-
cular consumer right. Other cards, use-
ful throughout the year, have information
on auto sales and repair rights, generic
drugs and shopping for credito
A free set of the twelve cards is avail-
able by writing or calling for Pocket Guides,
Consumer Affairs, One Ashburton Place,
Room 1411, Boston, MA, 02108; telephone
PARKING "TICKETS" ISSUED
TO HELP HANDICAPPED CONSUMERS
Holiday shoppers irritated by able-bodied
citizens who park in spaces reserved for
handicapped persons can now demonstrate
their concern by "ticketing" the offender's
vehicle, according to Massachusetts Sec-
retary of Consumer Affairs Dr, Eileen Schello
Dr, Schell urges concerned citizens to
contact her office and request a free supply
of parking "tickets" — which carry the fol-
lowing reminder to offending motorists:
"This space was provided specifically
LAND FOR SALE
26 Village Avenue, Acushnet, Ma „ 02743
Ed Mazerolle Telephone Q Q ^- ^ ^ ^ 5
Builders of Fine Cabinets
Experience of over 3 years in business
Full Service Contractors
All Work Guaranteed
Builders of Quality Homes and Additions
for physically disabled individuals, o o » »If
you are not disabled your future consider-
ation by not blocking this space would be
appreciated ^ "
THE SCREEN WORKS
REINDEER all around!
Sweatshirts $9.00 Adult $?.50 Youth
- Turtlenecks $12.00 Adult
Aprons $6.50 and $"1.00
All items include one design or
five letters FREE
Personalized gifts under $10.00
Gift Wrapping FREE
CUSTOM SILKSCREENING t
89 COUNTY ROAD MATTAPOISETT 758 6453 J
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 51
42 MAIN ST. , CORNER OF RT. 6 & MAIN ST. ,
MATTAPOISETT (At the Ughts)
Wed.G Thurs. 11:30 am to
7 pm; Fri. 11:30 to 8 pm
CLAM CHOWDER , « o » = ,
, Bowl $1,10
FISH & CHIPS .OOOOOOOO
, o Large
CLAM PLATE » » , o o = o , , <. ,
SCALLOP PLATE » „ , , o „ » o
SHRIMP PLATE , . » » » o o , »
FISHERMAN'S CATCH o,o
(FISH, SCALLOPS, SHRIMP,
LOBSTER ROLL .<.„.„ o .» .
CLAM ROLL » „ „ , . . , » » o »
All above orders served with FRENCH FRIES,
COLE SLAW and TARTAR SAUCE.
Noting that 1981 is being observed as the
International Year of the Disabled Person,
Dro Schell stated: "Parking spaces reserved
for handicapped persons should not be used
by able-bodied drivers o When you thought-
lessly park in a handicapped space or across
a curb cut, you may be depriving handicapped
consumers of their right to shop or their
right of access. "
Concerned citizens may obtain a supply
of handicapped parking "tickets" by writing:
Parking Tickets, Consumer Affairs, One
Ashburton Place, Room 1411, Boston, MA„
02108, or telephone 727-7780.
Every holiday get-together - small or large
- calls for one fabulous gourmet hors
d'oeuvre. And, Swiss Mushroom "Pate" is
Delicately flavored fresh mushrooms are
sauteed with onions and then combined
with butter or margarine and Swiss cheese,
seasonings and Dromedary pimientoSo
Chilled in a bowl until firm, the result is
a uniquely delicious spread for Triscuit
wafers and Sociables crackers that will
have your guests clamoring for more. And,
it's so Christmasy looking topped with
colorful Dromedary pimiento stars .
Holiday entertaining is fun. Capture the
spirit of the season with this festive "Pate" .
Now is the time to start your Cross Stitched
Christmas gifts. Make someone happy with
something you make. We carry complete
cross stitch supplies. Large group of acces-
sories for complete projects.
Tues.-Sat. 10-5. 9 E. Howland Rd. ,E. Freetown. 763-8746
WATER STREET HOME OF DAVID BURR AFTER SUN-
DAY'S STORM. EHOTO, DCJ
SWISS MUSPIROOM PATE
1/2 cup butter or margarine
1 pound fresh mushrooms, finely chopped
1/2 cup chopped onion
8 ounces Swiss cheese, finely grated
(about 2 cups)
1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
3 tablespoons dry sherry
1/4 cup milk
1 (4-ounce) jar Dromedary pimiento pieces,
3 tablespoons chopped parsley
MADE TO ORDER
W Call 993-8911
"ty/ MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY AFTER 5 P.M.
\^ AND SUNDAY .AFTER 10 A.M.
52 PRESTO PRESS December 9.1981
HOURS: 7:45 AM to 7:30 Rvl, SUNDAY 9 AM to 7:30 FM
A FULL SERVICE STATION
Sorry, we do not accept any credit cards.
Formerly Joe's Arco Service
OWNED & OPERATED BY JOE GUARD
STILL UhDER THE SAME OWNERSHIP
ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-2551 - 758-3328
lo In large saucepan, over medium heat,
melt 1/4 cup butter or margarine; saute
mushrooms and onion until liquid evap-
orates; cool to room temperature,
2o In medium bowl, with electric mix-
er at medium speed, beat remaining 1/4
cup butter or margarine until light and
fluffy; add Swiss cheese, salt, pepper and
sherry; beat 2 minutes. Gradually beat
in milk until blended; beat in mushroom
3o Using canape cutter or knife, cut 8
small stars from Dromedary pimiento pieces;
set aside. Dice remaining pimientos; stir
into mushroom mixture with chopped pars-
4, To Serve: Invert onto serving platter;
ley. Spoon into 3-cup bowl lined with alumi-
num foil or plastic wrap; cover and chill 3
hours or overnight.
'QUALITY DOESN'T COST
Tar/Gravel - Asphalt Shingles
Slate / Tile
Copper and Gutter Work
We specialize in hard to stop leaks
Q. New Cabinets?
Once you've looked at a Meriliat cabinet there will be no
question in your mind about which cabinet to install in your
new kitchen. You'll discover Meriliat offers more "custom "
features without a custom price. Included features such as
"Wipe-Clean Leisure-Time" intenors. slide-out travs: ad-
justable shelves and a furniture quality finish.
Plus, convenience accessories you d expect
to find only in more expensive cabinets.
There's a lot more
behind the Meriliat door.
Fisher & Rocha Inc.
General Contractors c 758-3539 c 758-6738
December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS 53
THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN TO ACCEPT CLASSIFIED ADS
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY - 9 AM to 12:30 & 1:30 to 5:30
DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY
IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE!
FOR YOUR ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKING
CALL ALICE THOMAS AT
1 MAHONEY'S LANE. 758-2842.
ANTENNA NEED REPAIR?
T.V. NEED REPAIR?
NEED A NEW T.V. ?
HILLTOP T.V. 295-1045.
WILL BUY AMYTHING OLD OR ODDS AND ENDS.
OT n r;T A'i9 FirRMTTIIRF PATNTTMGS FTC
CALL ANYTIME, 994-8090 or 996-0921.
WLAl HLKrKUOr lUUK UUUKii AND WlNiXJWb lOR THE WINTER.
. MARINE QUALITY INTERIOR PAINTING .
HOME REPAIRS - ODD JOBS.
lEFF GARDNER - 748-0943
QUALITY EFFICIENCY SATISFACTION.
LYDIA'S HO USECLEANING SERVICE. WEEKLY, MONTHLY.
INSURED & BONDED. CALL 995-5833.
COMPLETE SAILBOAT RIGGING SERVICE
1 EAST COAST RIGGING
8 4 OB POINT ROAD, MARION, MASS. 748-2925.
WE BUY ANTIQUES, ESPECIALLY TIN, WOODEN & CAST IRON
KITCHEN IMPLEMENTS, IRONSTONE SERVING PIECES, OIL
LAMPS AND OIL LAMP PARTS. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. THE
STUDIO SHOP, CALL 758-4684. PLEASE KEEP TRYING!
KITCHEN KNIVES , SCISSORS ,
CUTTING TOOLS SHARPENED.
SIPPICAN ANSWERING SERVICE
MPVA/' 1 rWAl DflTPQ P^^D Ayf ATTA D^^TC;PTT TPXTTO
In lW L.\J VV rvftll:.o r JVlHi iArLJlorii i LyijliiiNlo.
THE CORNER SHOP, BRANDT ISLAND RD. & RTE. 6
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES
11 A.M. - 5 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS & TUESDAYS
PRIME OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE. 400 SQ.. FT. ON ROUTE 6,
MATTAPOISETT. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
CALL PETER BRIGGS, 758-6929
FOR SALE - YAMAHA CLARINET. HARDLY USED.
EXCELLENT CONDITION, $150.00.
758-3841 AFTER 4 P.M.
HORSE MANURE FOR FALL AND WINTER COVER.
PICK-UP LOAD DELIVERED, $10.00.
HAVE CUSTOMERS - Need properties in Mattapoisett,
^^r^iHon Ror'h^^tpr T.i voiir xyrnnp^rtyr with
ESTES REAL ESTATE. 758-9444
CLOCK REPAIRS & RESTORATION. ALL TYPES. HOUSE CALLS.
FREE ESTIMATES. 758-9542 EVENINGS & WEEKENDS.
THE PEN & THE PENDULUM, 4 CANNON ST., MATTAPOISETT.
reiNTED ROUND CORNER TICKETS. $4.00 PER 100.
FOR INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR REFINISHING
OR NEW CONSTRUCTION CALL
STEVENS & SON AT 758-4975 .
NEW AT B & C - REVERSIBLE, MACHINE-WASHABLE, COLORFUL
5 1/2' X 8 1/2'. Rte. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 758-2172.
ACCOUNTING & SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES . TAX
PREPARATION. VERY REASONABLE RATES. CALL 295-4813.
HAVE A FAVORITE VERSE OR SONG HAND LETTERED IN BEAUTI-
PTTT TTAT Tr^ Cl'^TPT A WARM AMFJ PFR.90MAT riTPT
758-9542 EVENINGS. THE PEN & THE PENDULUM.
BOAT RESTORATION AT REASONABLE RATES.
CARPENTRY, GLASSING, STRIPPING, SANDING, ETC.
CALL DOUG, 758-3873 EVES. AFTER 5:30.
FOR SALE - SAXOPHONE ALTO BY CONN,
$125.00. CALL 758-6512.
DRIVEWAYS, PARKING LOTS. REASONABLE RATES.
CALL CANTY ROOFING, 758-6934.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE.
NOW INSTALLING SLATE UNDER AND AROUND YOUR WOOD
STOVE. B & C FLOOR COVERING, RTE. 6, MATT. 758-2172.
INTERIOR PAINTER AND COLOR COORDINATOR - QUALITY WORK.
CALL 758-3873 FOR FREE ESTIMATE
EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS .
PICKUP TRUCK AND DRIVER FOR HIRE . CARPENTRY AND
"HANDYMAN" WORK AT REASONABLE RATES.
CALL PAUL BENAC at 758-4528.
HAND PAINTED SLATES MADE TO ORDER.
CALL 993-8911 MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
. AFTER 5 P.M. AND SUNDAY AFTER 10 A.M.
CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS & CUSHIONS . ALL TYPES TO BRING COLOR &
CHEER TO YOUR HOME . ASSURE EARLY DELIVERY- PLAN AHEAD FOR
FALL&WINTER: ORDER IN ADVANCE. PICK-UP & DELIVERY.758-4512
FOR RENT - 3 BEDROOM HOUSE. CENTER OF MATTAPOISETT.
$300. MONTH PLUS UTILITIES. ADULTS ONLY.
758-2584 AFTERNOONS 1 TO 5 P.M.
WOODEN SPARS , CUSTOM MADE
27 PINE ISLAND ROAD.. 758-4270.
LEAKY ROOF? HAVE FT TAKEN CARE OF NOW!
PTJpp PQTT\AATPQ AMFl TOW PlJTr*P<3
J.N. CANTY ROOFING. SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 53
MATTAPOISETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-MENU DECEMBER 14-18
Monday, choice of cheese pizza or hamburger in a bun, potato
chips, vegetable sticks, fruit, milk; Tuesday, spaghetti and
meat sauce, buttered green beans, freshly baked bread, ginger-
bread, milk; Wednesday, soup, chicken salad sandwich and/
or peanut butter sandwich, vegetable sticks, sugar cookie, milk;
Thursday, oven baked chicken, cranberry sauce, buttered rice
or mashed potatoes, green peas, roll and butter, apple dessert,
milk; Friday, choice of toasted cheese sandwich or oven baked
fish portion, buttered com, mashed potatoes, muffin, choice of
FOR SALE - TWO PAIR OF G-78 x 14 SNOW TIRES.
ONE PAIR G-78 REGULAR TIRES.
$25.00 PER PAIR. 758-2864.
FOR SALE - PLAY-PEN, $15.00.
MAN'S SUEDE COAT, SMALL SEE, $50.00.
SNOW PLOWING, SANDING & SHOVELING. STORM DAMAGED
TREES CLEARED, BRUSH & LIMBS REMOVED. CHAIN SAW WORK.
FRANK WEBB, 758-2572; 758-2567; AFTER 5 P.M., 992-3428.
peel off foil or plastic wrap. Place pi-
miento stars in circle around top; place
parsley sprigs around bottom « Serve with
Triscuit wafers and Sociables crackers o
Makes 3 cups^
54 PRESTO PRESS December 9/ 1981
The YWCA Standish House, reminiscent of
a Dickens' Christmas, will be the setting
for the YWCA's Wassail Bowl on Sunday, De-
cember 20, from 2-4 pomo This annual holi-
"Largest Tennis Shop
in the Area
and many more
Owner & Manager
q\ \ CLOTHING for
106 State Road
Mon. -Wed. 10-6; Thurs. 10-9; No , Dartmouth, Ma. 02 74 7
Fri. 10-8; Sat. 9:30-5:00 (across from Stang; below Symphony Shop)
day celebration is for all adult members.
There will be vocal selections by Delta Kap-
pa Gamma Southeastern Massachusetts Vo-
cal Ensemble and Pilgrim Handbell Choir,
under the direction of Miss Janet Ratcliffeo
Also, Dick Robinson of Taunton will render
holiday vocal selections o
Refreshments will be served o
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CLASS
If you're beginning to feel more stuffed
than your holiday turkey, perhaps it's time
to register for one of the YWCA Physical
Activity classes starting in January. In-
Physical Fitness Cliab, Monday, January
4 (open daily); Yoga, Tuesday, January 19,
10-11 aomo,- Thursday, January 21, 7:30-
8:30 Pom.; Dancercize, Monday, January 11,
9:30-10:30 a.mo and 8:00-9:00 p,mo; Tues-
day, January 12, 9:30-10:30 a^mo; Wednes-
day, January 13, 7:30-8:30 p,mo; and Fri-
day, January 15, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Also, Slimna sties, Monday, January 11,
7:00-8:00 p„mc and Tuesday, January 12,
10:00-11:00 a ,mo; Feeling Fit (for older per-
sons), Tuesday, January 12, 9: 30-1 0: 00 a ^m ,
and Thursday, January 14, 9:30-10: 00 a om,;
I Beauty Salon
479 Snipotuit Rd. , Rochester
"Mary" Scichilone Leonard , Prop.
are Coming !
ALL RED KEN PERMS $Of^00
'MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY APPOINTMENT SOON^^
HAIR STYLES FOR
Men, Women and Children
Monday 8 to 4, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 8:30 to 6,
Saturday 5:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Evenings by Appt.
December 9/ 1981 PRESTO PRESS 55
THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS
ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 9 AM to 12:30 t 1:30 to 5:30
DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY
IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE !
The Plymouth- Home National Bank has an opening in our Mat-
tapoisett office for a full time teller. Salary is commensurate
with experience and combined with excellent fringe benefits.
Previous teller experience is preferred. Apply in person at our
An equal opportunity employer.
CARPENTRY AND PAINTING
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. INSURED. NO JOBS TOO SMALL
FRANK I. KUBIK. 763-8916 - 995-1813.
1812 HOUSE ANTIQUES, BOLLES CORNER, MATTAPOISETT.
1 1 AKA — A-'iCi V\A X DV A PDf^TMTKyirMT P'TOCTO '^TTMPlAVQ AMPl
ii Hlyl H.oV rM Cx Dl rtrr^ilN i MLN 1 > K^lAJoLU oUlNUMlo MIN U
MONDAYS. WEALSOBUY. CALL 758-62 67 .
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS
BOARD OF APPEALS
1. Petition of Fisher & Rocha , Inc., 10 Wildwood Terrace,
Mattapoisett for a Variance from the frontage requirements to
allow construction of a single family dwelling on Lot 166 of Plot
17 of the Mattapoisett Assessors' records. Said lot located at
the end of Tallman Street and recorded in the Plymouth County
Registry of Deeds in Book 3745 Page 607. Hearing will be held
in the CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE TOV/N HALL ON THURSDAY,
DECEMBER 17, 1981, at 7:00 P.M.
2. Petition of Fisher & Rocha, Inc. , 10 Wildwood Terrace,
Mattapoisett for a Special Permit and Variance to raze an exist-
ing dwelling and to construct a new dwelling with two (2) one
(1) bedroom apartments on a lot containing less than 40,000
square feet. Property is located at 45 Pearl Street and is shown
as being Lot 73 on Plot 10 of the Mattapoisett Assessors' re-
cords and Recorded in the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds
in Book 4862 Page 34. Hearing will be held in the CONFERENCE
ROOM OF THE TOWN HALL ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1981
at 7:15 P.M.
Applications and plans available for inspection during normal
hours in the Town Clerk's Office.
Richard L. Seaman, Chairman
E. Mason Welling
Warren C. Thompson
Robert W. Pierce
BOARD OF APPEALS
Dec. 2,9, 1981 Presto Press
GARAGE STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE
CALL 758-6528 AFTER 6 P.M,
OUR STORE - WOMEN'S BLOUSES. FACTORY OUTLET, SECONDS
ONLY. SIZES 5 - 16. OPEN FRIDAYS, 5 TO 9 P.M. & SATURDAYS
10 A.M. -4 P.M. & BY APPOINTMENT. CALL 994-2164 EVE-
NINGS. 5 WILBUR AVE. , NORTH DARTMOUTH.
COMPLETE DOG GROOMING SERVICE
FLEA AND TICK DIP. POODLE SPECIALTY
DENISE RENAGHAN. CALL 758-2837.
FAMILY OIL SERVICE
MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE
993-7883 2 68 DARTMOUTH STREET, NEW BEDFORD
PETER B. HODGES
BOOKKEEPING SERVICES, TAXES
9 RIDGEWOOD ROAD, MATTAPOISETT
WANTED TO BUY: STAMPS
COLLECTIONS OR LOOSE ASSORTMENTS. SMALL & LARGE LOTS.
U.S. OR WORLD-WIDE. OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN COLLECT
ING & DEALING. BANK REFERENCES. CALL TO ARRANGE
APPOINTMENT, 993-9913. JOHN RAIKKONEN (OWNER) OF THE
PASTA HOUSE. FAIRHAVEN.
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS
Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a public hear-
ing on Tuesday, December 15, 1981, at 8:00 P.M. in the Town
Hall on the Notice of Intent submitted by Northland Investment
Corporation of 20 Walnut Street, Wellesley Hills, MA. 02181.
The work to be done is to construct a post and timber walkway
, across the marsh. Project location is off Holly Woods Road,
lot #161 on Mattapoisett Assessors Plat #3.
James M. Shepley, Ch.
Dec. 9, 1981 Presto Press
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
PLYMOUTH, ss. DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT
To LOUIS T. BRODERICK, of Mattapoisett, in the County of
Plymouth, and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the
Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940, as amended.
ROCKLAND TRUST COMPANY, a Trust Company duly organized
under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, having
its usual place of business in Rockland, in said County of
Plymouth, claiming to be the holder of a mortgage covering real
property situated in Mattapoisett in said County of Plymouth on
Mattapoisett Neck Road, given by Louis T. Broderick to Rock-
land Trust Company dated December 14, 1979 and recorded with
Plymouth County Deeds, Book 4770 Page 382, has filed with
said court a complaint for authority to foreclose said mortgage
in the following manner, to wit; by entry and possession and by
the exercise of a power of sale contained in said mortgage.
If you are entitled to the benefits of the Soldiers' and Sailors'
Civil Relief Act of 1940 and amendments thereto and you object
to the foreclosure of said mortgage, you or your attorney should
file a written appearance and answer in said court at Plymouth
on or before January 4, 1982, or you may be forever barred from
claiming that such foreclosure made under such authority is in-
valid under said act.
Witness, James P. Lynch, Jr., Chief Justice of our Superior
Court, the twenty- seventh day of November, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and eighty-one.
Francis R. Powers,
Dec. 9, 1981 Presto Press
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS
Mattapoisett Conservation^Commission will hold a public hear-
ing on Tuesday, December 15, 1981, at 7:30 P.M. in the Town
Hall on the Notice of Intent submitted by Northland Investment
Corporation of 20 Walnut Street, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 02181.
The work to be done is to clear beach areas of stone. Proposed
work location is off Holly Woods Road, lots ffilb, ffi/u-ifi/z
on Mattapoisett Assessors Plat #2.
James M. Shepley, Ch.
Dec. 9, 1981 Presto Press
TOWN OF ROCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS
You are hereby notified that a Public Hearing will be held on
the application of Cindy Medeiros for a permit to set up a gift
shop in the garage located at 392 North Avenue, Assessors' Plan
43, Lot 16, at 7:30 P.M. on Thursday, January 7, 1982, in the
(^onf p^rp nr^p Room r\f ^ViP To\A7n Mr^ll
William D. Chamberlain
BOARD OF APPEALS
Dec. 9, 16, 1981 Presto Press
56 PRESTO PRESS December 9. 1981
Insurance of All Kinds
to Assure you the Best
NEW WINTER HOURS
8:30 to 5:00
Monday - Friday
55 County Rd., Mattapoisett
Toddlers' Gym, Wednesday, January 13,
11:00 a , mo-noon; Self- Defense , Thursday,
January 14, 7:30-8:30 Pom,; Tumbling, Sat-
urday, January 16, 12:30-1:30 Pom^; Bal-
let - Tiny Tots, Monday, January 11, 5:00-
5:30 Pom,; Children, Monday, January 11,
5:30-6:30 p.m.; Adults, Monday, January 11,
6:30-7:30 Pomo,- Belly Dancing, Tuesday,
January 12, 7:00-8:00 p,m,; Line Dancing,
if sufficient interest.
Advance registration insures your place
in the class,
I now carrying
EVERYTHING REASONABLY PRICE]?
ff? NO LOWER PRICES ANYWTiERR!
( WAYNE DOG FOOD . BEDDING
/j ,>|' HORSE GRAIN . RABBIT PELLETS
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Animal Food Supplies
_ ^^alnut Plain Rd. , Rochester. Thomas Me deiros 763-2022
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when not in use! Fireplaces, when in use, lose up to 80°o
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When in place it is Airtight
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Donald C. Jason, Publisher-Editor
Addressed Subscriptions; Mattapoisett-Marion 7 ^ 1? 1 i
Rochester $7.50 year. All others $10.00 year, / ✓ O ^ ^/ 1 1
DEADLINES: NEWS, SAT. 12 NOON; DISPLAY ADVERTISING,
FRIDAY 12 NOON; CLASSIFIED ADS, MONDAY, 10 A.M.
THE NEXT MATTAPOISETT
Waste Paper Collection will be
10 AM SAT. to 4 Rvl SUN. , VAN AT
TOWN PARKING LOT ON JANUARY
DEPOT STREET 9 A Q
Courtesy of REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE ^ ^
FOR MATTAPOISETT Jk
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ROOM FOR RENT - MARION VILLAGE. $50.00. MORE THAN
A ROOM - SHARE A NEAT HOUSE. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. 748-2997.
KNITTING NEEDS & SEWING SUPPLIES
KAY'S KNIT 'N SEW, 33 PARK STREET, MATTAPOISETT.
APPOINTMENT ONLY, 758-6410.
YOU MUST BE COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH YOUR PHOTO-
GRAPHS OR YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED. IT'S THAT
STMPT F ^FAPDRT PHARMAPY RTF fi MATTAPriT^JFTT
FULL TIME BUSINESS CONSULTANT, ACCOUNTING &
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE, NOTARY PUBLIC.
8 HAWTHORNE STREET, MATTAPOISETT. TEL. 738-2656.
NEW QUEEN OR KING SIZE WATER BED. NEVER OPENED. 10-
YEAR WARRANTEE . WALNUT STAINED PINE FRAME , HEADBOARD ,
DECK, PEDESTAL, MATTRESS, LINER, HEATER, PLUS PADDED
SIDE RAILS. $199. COMPLETE. 636-3870 (SO. DARTMOUTH).
WALLPAPERING & PAINTING, INTERIOR & EXTERIOR.
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP, REASONABLE RATES AND
FREE ESTIMATES. CALL DAVE AT 295-9481 OR 997-4301 .
LEARN TO DANCE AT BARRETT DANCE STUDIO. 8 PARK STREET.
CAN YOU CUT YOUR FUEL BILLS? JUST ASK US! HAVE YOUR BURN-
ER CHECKED THROUGH JOB NOZZLE FILTER & EFFICIENCY TEST.
OIL BURNERS & HEATING UNITS INSTALLED, CLEANED & MAIN-
TAINED. 2 4 YEARS EXPERIENCE, MITCHELL'S HEATING & BURNER
SERVICE, 112 WASHINGTON ST., FAIRHAVEN. 994-0334,997-7906
WE SPECIALIZE IN SOCIAL DANCING, LINE DANCING AND
DANCERCEE. WE TilACH FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND CLUB
FUNCTIONS. CALL 758-2558.
FREE PUPPIES TO A GOOD HOME. 6 MALE, 5 FEMALE. 5 WEEKS
FATHER, HUSKY. CALL 295-4292.
MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS
NOW AT SMITH MILLS SHOPS, RTE. 6, OPPOSITE THE NORTH
DARTMOUTH MALL. COME IN TODAY. 993-8830.
BRYANT & MILLIE'S BIKE & GIFT SHOP, 167A SPRING STREET,
MARION. 748-0527. SERVICE-BIKES & SMALL APPLIANCES.
SALES. NEW & USED BIKES; HANDCRAFTED GIFTS. BA,MC.
FIGHT THE BILLS & CHILLS
DON'T DEBATE, INSULATE. COMPLETE HOME IMPROVEMENT.
TOM O'LEARY, M.T. SMITH CO., 993-7322.
BOARDING DOGS AND CATS
INDIVIDUAL INDOOR-OUTDOOR RUNS. HEATED.
LOOK'S ACRES KENNEL, ROCHESTER. TELEPHONE 763-5748.
TO BUY OR TO COPY:
PHOTO OR POST CARD OF OLD DOUBLE TRUCK MAIL CAR THAT
RAN THROUGH MATTAPOISETT. H. DUNSEITH, 758-2021 .
REGISTERED NURSES AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE DUTY IN HOS-
PITALS, NURSING HOMES AND HOME CARE. PHONE 992-5037.
NURSES OFFICIAL REGISTRY OF NEW BEDFORD, INC.
FOR SALE - 7' 2" ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREE, 6 SETS LIGHTS
& ALL TRIMMINGS, AND STAND. ASSEMBLED NOW SO YOU
CAN SEE! 758-2185.
BOB CARRIER'S CATERING
AT TUB MILL BROOK
$2.00 HOUR. 758-2944
WANTED - MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE, WATERVIEW AND WATER-
FRONT PROPERTIES FOR WAITING CUENTS.
HARBOR REALTY. 748-1175 OR 748-1830
FOR SALE - 1970 VOLKSWAGEN CONVERTIBLE.
EXCELLENT CONDITION. $2500.00.
BICYCLE SALES AND SERVICE
16" to 27" COASTER BRAKE. TO 10-SPEED.
DONALD GEORGE, MARY'S POND ROAD, ROCHESTER, 295-2351 .
GIRLS & WOMEN INTERESTED IN
MODELING OR SELF-IMPROVEMENT
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OOURoL, UALL zyo-1/4/.
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SERVICE - WASHERS, DRYERS, DISH WASH-
ERS, REFRIGERATORS ,^ ETC . ALL MAKES. WASHBURN ELECTRICAI
COMPANY, MARION. TELEPHONE 748-0238.
FOR RENT - FURNISHED APARTMENT. 1 BEDROOM. QUIET AREA
OF MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE. MINUTES FROM TOWN BEACH,
ALL FACILITIES. IDEAL FOR PROFESSIONAL PERSON. LEASE,
SECURITY, REFERENCE REQUIRED. 758-4542 AFTER 4 P.M.
FOR THAT VERY SPECIAL GIFT.
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE Or IHIa AREA.
SCRIMSHAW BY NAN CI. CALL 295-4813.
ARE YOUR WALLS & CEIUNGS CRACKING & CRUMBLING DOWN ?
CALL FELIX FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ONE-COAT PLASTER.
763-8062 AFTER 4 p.m.
"RETIRED PAINTER" NOW HAS A FULL FALL SCHEDULE -
THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. I WILL BE TAKING WORK
AGAIN AFTER THE FIRST OF THE YEAR. 758-9324.
GUARANTEED AMWAY PRODUCTS ARE JUST A
PHONE CALL AWAY.
CALL JOHN & JANE LEES AT 758-2 075. WE DELIVER.
NEED AN AIR CONDITIONER, REFRIGERATOR, MICRO-
WAVE OVEN, WASHER, DRYER, DISHWASHER?
CALL HILLTOP T.V., 295-1045. EXCELLENT PRICES.
APARTMENT FOR RENT-ROCHESTER. SINGLE OR COUPLE.
AVAILABLE JANUARY 1st. LARGE KITCHEN, LARGE BEDROOM,
LARGE BATH, SMALL LIVING ROOM. REFERENCES; 1 MONTH
THE PRESTO CTFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS
ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 9 AM to 12:30 C 1:30 to 5:30
DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY
IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE !
HOMEMAKERS WANTED, PART TIME WORK WITH THE ELDERLY IN
THEIR HOMES. COMPETITIVE WAGES, FLEXIBLE HOURS, CALL
SPECIAL CARE NURSING SERVICE AT 996-3128 OR 747-2621 .
58 PRESTO PRESS December 9, 198i
Shells, birds, flowers, ducks
. e perfect for pillow-making,
and ideal for Christmas gifts o
•all the way home, '
* you'll be warm ^
in 12 Decorator Colors
o , . just in time to brighten your
home for the holiday season.
• easy to install
• full 1/2 h.p.
• fully assembled
of Acushnet Saw Mills ^
Acushnet Saw Mills
38 MILL ROAD, ACUSHNET ^
LUMBER & HARDWARE 995-1711 DECORATING CENTER 995-1714 ^
Weekdays 7:30 to Saturdays 7:30 to 3:00 ^,
December 9, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 59'
& AUTO CENTER
PINE ST o , ROCHESTER, MASS. 763-2896
FRONT END ALIGNMENT AND
TWO TIRES COMPUTER- BALANCED
FULLTIME MECHANIC • Mufflers •
ONE STOP .Oil & Lube.
WILL DO IT ALL . Brakes.
FRONT END ALIGNMENT
Most 4 CyL $32.95
Most 6 CyL «38.®5
Most 8 CyL $42.95
Includes: SPARK PLUGS, POINTS,
CONDENSER, SET TIMING, ADJUST
IDLE, TEST ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS.
Call for Appointment
OF USED TIRES
8 to 5
8 to 1
& DAY AFTER
From Marion, leave 195 W at Marion,
follow 105 N to C&D, Rochester
60 PRESTaPHESS December 9, 1981
December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS